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Starting this year, many companies will be required to report information about their beneficial owners — the individuals who ultimately control the company. With that new requirement come new products to help companies and their legal counsel comply. I reported on one of these last month, and now there is another. 
Wolters Kluwer is adding a new beneficial ownership information
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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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Courtroom Insight, a platform for law firms and legal organizations that, until now, tracked information on judges, arbitrators and expert witnesses, is expanding to add a comprehensive lawyer directory.
The directory, which will be accessible only to Courtroom Insight customers, builds on the company’s existing model by aggregating private internal data, dynamically updated proprietary data, and integrated partner content,
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Courtroom Insight has announced the  launch of  a comprehensive Lawyer Directory. Courtroom Insight has been aggregating data on professionals (lawyers, arbitrators, judges and experts) as well as a suite of partnership alliances. According to the press release, “this unique, specialized offering expands on Courtroom Insight’s existing model for delivering legal professional insights by aggregating private internal data, dynamically updated proprietary
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Back in the 1970s, there was a television commercial featuring jazz singer Ella Fitzgerald with a wine glass, a recording studio, and a recordable audio cassette made by a company called Memorex. The pitch was that the audio recording of Ella’s voice could break the wine glass, just like her live voice. The tagline was, “Is it live or Memorex?”
Continue Reading Is it Real or Is It Fake? The Emerging Challenges of Authenticating Digital Evidence in Courtrooms

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)

A new intellectual property tool debuting today uses artificial intelligence to draft patents and office action answers in order to deliver — as its website puts it — “better patents in half of the time.”
Called davinci, the tool was developed by Kili Technology Inc., a company founded in 2018 in France that focuses on building high-quality data
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Thomson Reuters has begun the international expansion of its generative AI assistant CoCounsel Core, beginning with Canada and Australia, as it focuses on expanding CoCounsel’s availability in English-speaking countries.   TR […]
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With two new generative AI-powered features in Practical Law called Ask Practical Law AI and Practical Law Clause Finder, along with the expansion of CoCounsel Core internationally, Thomson Reuters is moving forward with its generative AI plans.
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In November, when Thomson Reuters announced the integration of generative AI within its flagship legal research platform Westlaw Precision, it also announced the beta version of a generative AI integration within Practical Law.
Today, Thomson Reuters is formally releasing that generative AI feature in Practical Law, called Ask Practical Law AI, and also releasing a second AI-driven Practical Law tool,
Continue Reading New AI Features In Practical Law Enable Users To Ask Legal Questions And Find Relevant Contract Clauses

The law practice management company LEAP Legal Software has hired Misti Holmes, a 20-year veteran of the legal technology, as its new chief operating officer in the United States.
Holmes will use her years of legal tech and related experience to help grow the company and assist new LEAP clients as they transition from legacy software to LEAP’s cloud-based
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Epiq, the global, technology-enabled legal services company, is today launching an antitrust and white-collar compliance product that uses artificial intelligence to help corporate legal departments identify, measure and act on risk within their organizations in real time.
The product, Regulatory Risk Insights, uses AI and substantive expertise to identify intelligence about communications that may create legal liability for a
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