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At its Relativity Fest user conference in Chicago today, the e-discovery company Relativity announced the forthcoming release of Relativity aiR for Review, the first of a planned series of products that will use generative artificial intelligence to help legal professionals in their work.
Built on Microsoft Azure OpenAI Services, aiR for Review will enable user to more quickly locate data
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As generative AI sweeps through the legal profession, lawyers face challenges in learning to use it responsibly and properly. This summer, one of the world’s largest law firms, Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe, began to address that challenge by partnering with the legal skills training company AltaClaro to develop a training program for its summer associates on prompt engineering and
Continue Reading On LawNext Podcast: Training Lawyers to Use Generative AI, with AltaClaro Founder Abdi Shayesteh

On this episode of The Geek in Review, hosts Marlene Gebauer and Greg Lambert interview Thomas Suh, Founder and CEO, and Ken Block, Senior Account Executive of ⁠LegalMation⁠. The company provides AI-powered tools to help litigators automate repetitive tasks and work more efficiently. The conversation focuses on LegalMation’s products, overcoming resistance to adopting new legal tech, and
Continue Reading Thomas Suh and Ken Block on How LegalMation is Revolutionizing Litigation Efficiency (TGIR Ep. 222)

It has been a while since I have written about the copyright lawsuit by legal research giant Thomson Reuters against the no-shuttered legal research startup Ross Intelligence, in which TR alleges that Ross stole copyright content from Westlaw to build its own completing legal research product.
But today, the judge overseeing the case, 3rd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals Judge
Continue Reading Breaking: Judge Rules Ross Intelligence Copied Westlaw’s Headnotes, But Leaves for Jury to Decide if It Violated Thomson Reuters’ Copyright

AffiniPay, the parent company of law practice management company MyCase, has sold off the legal accounting software Soluno to another law practice management company, Actionstep, in what the New Zealand-based Actionstep says is an important milestone for its expansion into the U.S. and Canadian markets.
MyCase acquired the cloud-based Soluno in 2021, saying at the time that
Continue Reading In A Law Practice Management Deal, MyCase Sells Off Accounting Software Soluno to Actionstep

eDiscovery Assistant, a legal research platform for e-discovery case law and resources, is today introducing AI-generated case law summaries.
The feature uses ChatGPT to deliver one-paragraph summaries of court decisions, with the goal of enabling legal professionals to more quickly gauge the relevance and implications of a decision.
“By incorporating AI-generated summaries, we’re providing our users with immediate insights,
Continue Reading eDiscovery Assistant, Legal Research Platform for E-Discovery, Adds AI-Generated Case Law Summaries