Document Checking and Formatting

The AI-driven legal drafting tool Clearbrief has entered into a partnership with legal research company LexisNexis Legal & Professional that provides its customers who are also Lexis subscribers with access to legal content and citations on Lexis while drafting documents within the Clearbrief add-in for Microsoft Word.
With this new integration, Lexis subscribers can now link citations created in Clearbrief
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In August, I wrote here about a new feature in Clearbrief that uses generative AI to create hyperlinked timelines, enabling users to create case chronologies directly in Word, complete with hyperlinks to the source documents in the case record that support the dates and events shown in the timeline.
Today, Clearbrief is extending that feature, allowing a user, with the
Continue Reading Clearbrief Adds Another AI Feature, ‘Verified Facts,’ to Create Statements of Facts — Plus A Wearable AI Brooch

NetDocuments announced today (24 October) at its annual US user conference the general availability of PatternBuilder MAX, which includes nine “out-of-the-box” apps that incorporate generative AI. NetDocuments first announced in July …
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In July, NetDocuments announced the limited launch of PatternBuilder MAX, a generative AI-driven version of its PatternBuilder document assembly product that it said would enable firms to create custom generative AI automations tailored to the needs of their specific practice areas. At the time, I wrote about how one immigration lawyer had used it to dramatically shortcut the time-consuming process
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On this episode of The Geek in Review, hosts Marlene Gebauer and Greg Lambert delve into how AI can transform legal writing with ClearBrief founder and CEO Jacqueline Schafer. As a former litigator, Schafer experienced firsthand the frustrating scramble to finalize briefs and prepare filings. She founded ClearBrief in 2020 to leverage AI to analyze documents and suggest relevant
Continue Reading Jacqueline Schafer on Writing Briefs at the Speed of AI: How ClearBrief is Transforming Legal Drafting

Two legal companies that are leaders in document and contracts technology, Zuva and Litera, revealed today that they have developed a multi-level document classification taxonomy for use by legal professionals and companies, and that they have contributed the taxonomy to the SALI Alliance, a group working to standardize legal data, to make it available on an open-source basis.
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Zuva and Litera have built a document classification taxonomy covering 225 document types which they are open-sourcing via the Standards Advancement for the Legal Industry (SALI) Alliance.  Zuva is today …
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Two litigation-focused Canadian legal technology companies, CiteRight and Jurisage, have merged, combining CiteRight’s litigation drafting program with Jurisage’s AI technology to create an integrated legal research and drafting solution.
Had you listened to my LawNext podcast last week, you would have already known this, as I interviewed CiteRight cofounder Ariel Nacson and Jurisage founder and CEO Colin Lachance
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I am just back from Orlando, Florida, where I attended ILTACON, the annual conference of the International Legal Technology Association. Mic in hand, I recorded a series of brief interviews with some of the legal tech companies that were in attendance. Over the next two episodes of my LawNext podcast, I will share those interviews, starting today with the legal
Continue Reading The Voices of ILTACON 2023: Brief Chats with 12 of the Legal Tech Startups That Were There