Docketing and E-Filing

In this special episode of The Geek in Review, host Greg Lambert sits down with ⁠Ed Walters⁠, Chief Strategy Officer at ⁠vLex⁠, to discuss two significant announcements: the integration of vLex’s ⁠Vincent AI⁠ with ⁠iManage Work⁠ and the automated docket ingestion feature with iManage using vLex’s ⁠Docket Alarm⁠.
The integration between Vincent AI and ⁠iManage’s Insight Plus⁠
Continue Reading vLex Integrates Vincent AI with iManage and Automates Docket Ingestion with Docket Alarm

Today vlex and iManage,  are announcing a new partnership which will integrate and enhance their customer’s workflows and access to firm’s knowledge base. Subscribers to the two services will be able to simultaneously query their firm “know how” in their iManage DMS and the vLex public law library and generate an answer. In addition, the firm’s state and federal
Continue Reading vLex and iManage Announce Workflow Integrations to Enhance Law Firm Knowledge and insights.

Document management company iManage and legal research company vLex now have something else in common besides brand names that start with lower-case letters.
The two companies today announced a partnership that will combine the artificial intelligence and docket-monitoring tools of vLex with the knowledge assets and client and matter folders that a law firm or legal department stores in iManage.
Continue Reading vLex-iManage Partnership Enables Single AI-Powered Search of Internal Firm Documents and External Legal Resources, As Well As Automatic Filing of Federal Litigation Documents

Courtroom Insight today launched Matter Connector, a product that delivers normalized docket data from multiple sources to the knowledge management platform Litera Foundation and to other law firm systems.
Matter Connector enables law firms to centralize docket data from major providers, such as LexisNexis, Lex Machina and vLex Docket Alarm, through one unified connector.
Using unique identifiers, Matter Connector
Continue Reading Exclusive: Courtroom Insight’s New Matter Connector Delivers Normalized Court Docket Data to Foundation and Other Law Firm Systems

Docket Alarm’s latest update streamlines workflows and enhances decision-making by introducing the power of OpenAI’s models to our API. Beta access is now live for our first two OpenAI endpoints, Judgment Extraction and Ask a Docket. Judgment Extraction:This endpoint returns judgment information from any case in Docket Alarm’s library. Simply enter a docket number and corresponding court name. When
Continue Reading Docket Alarm Unveils OpenAI-Powered API Endpoints

InfoTrack may be one of the fastest growing yet least known legal technology companies in the United States. You may know it more through its brands, including ServeNow for finding process servers, One Legal for California court filing, LawToolBox for court calendaring, and the Legal Talk Network group of legal podcasts. 
On the latest LawNext podcast, our guest Ed Watts
Continue Reading On LawNext: InfoTrack’s Mission to Revolutionize Litigation Services Such as E-filing and Process Serving, with CEO Ed Watts

This week brought notable funding rounds for two legal technology companies, Proof and Spellbook, and a much-smaller seed round for a newer legal tech startup.
Proof Raises $30M Series B
Proof Technology, whose platform facilitates on-demand service of process and electronic filing, has closed a $30.4 million Series B funding round. The round was led by Long Ridge Equity Partners
Continue Reading Money for Legal Tech: Two Big Financings this Week (and One Little One)

At a time when legal technology companies are making it easier to access and analyze court documents, what should – and should not – be done to protect confidential court documents that are sealed from public access?
This question came to a head last July, when a federal court in North Carolina took the drastic step of issuing a standing
Continue Reading On LawNext: How Courts, Lawyers and Legal Tech Companies Should Handle Sealed Court Documents: A Panel Discussion

Federal, state and local court e-filing systems are a Tower of Babel-like mishmash of proprietary technologies and paywalls that inhibit public access to court documents.
Now, the Free Law Project, a nonprofit devoted to making legal information publicly and freely available, has received a grant to design and prototype an open access and open source court e-filing system, aiming
Continue Reading Free Law Project Seeks to Develop Open Access System to Disrupt Court E-Filing; Seeks Court Partners

Michael Sander, the founder of Docket Alarm, a product that mines federal and state court dockets to provide litigation alerts and case analytics, has left the company, seven months after its acquisition by legal research company vLex in April.
Docket Alarm was part of legal research company Fastcase, which had acquired it in January 2018, and it
Continue Reading Docket Alarm Founder Michael Sander Leaves After vLex Acquisition; Former Gavelytics Exec Joins to Lead Product Line

“We are treating this matter with the highest priority, but we don’t yet know how soon our information systems will be back online,” spokeswoman Lisa Taylor told “Law enforcement is also aware of the security incident, and the Office of Judicial Administration will cooperate with any investigation that may result.”
Continue Reading A 'Security Incident' Has Kept Kansas State Courts' E-Filing System Offline for Weeks