Document Review and Analysis

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

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.
Continue Reading Zuva and Litera Jointly Develop Classification Taxonomy for Legal Documents and Make It Open Source through the SALI Alliance

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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The Seattle-based legal tech startup Clearbrief already uses artificial intelligence to strengthen your legal writing by finding the best evidence in the record to support your arguments (or debunk your opponent’s). But today the company is introducing two AI-powered features that further enhance the product by enabling legal professionals to instantly create hyperlinked timelines and ask questions of their documents.
Continue Reading Exclusive: New AI Features In Clearbrief Create Hyperlinked Timelines And Allow Users To Query Their Documents

When it was founded in 2000, Kira pioneered the use of artificial intelligence and machine learning for contract review and analysis. Now Kira, which was acquired in 2021 by Litera, is employing the newest wave of generative AI to help legal professionals accelerate the process of due diligence and other forms of contract reviews.
Litera today is announcing the
Continue Reading Kira, Litera’s Contract Review Software, Gets ‘Smart Summaries’ Feature Driven By Generative AI

Litera announces today (15 August) new generative AI features in Kira, it’s AI-powered contract review and analysis software, led by smart summaries that will help legal professionals to speed up the …
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The CLOC Global Institute, the conference of legal operations professionals now underway now in Las Vegas, has become a leading venue for legal technology companies to announce product news — particularly when that news relates to products that serve corporate legal departments and legal ops. This year has brought a slew of announcements of new products, enhanced products, and
Continue Reading Roundup Of Legal Tech News from CLOC Institute: with News From Agiloft, Casepoint, ContractPodAI, Evisort, LinkSquares, LiquidText, Ontra, PERSUIT

With the legal industry consumed with interest in generative AI and legal tech companies scrambling to incorporate the technology into their products, it was a sure bet that, sooner rather than later, Casetext would come out with a product of its own.
After all, this is the company that had already launched the powerful neural net search technology AllSearch and
Continue Reading Casetext Launches Co-Counsel, Its OpenAI-Based ‘Legal Assistant’ To Help Lawyers Search Data, Review Documents, Draft Memos, Analyze Contracts and More

“Our AI legal assistant is the first of its kind,” said Jake Heller, co-founder and CEO of Casetext. “It creates a momentous opportunity for attorneys to delegate tasks like legal research, document review, and contract analysis to an AI, freeing them to focus on the most impactful aspects of their practice.”
Continue Reading Casetext Introduces AI Legal Assistant CoCounsel, Incorporating Most Advanced Models from OpenAI