Document Technology

When it comes to legal technology for solo and small law firms, I don’t think there’s a topic we didn’t touch on in this episode of the Florida Bar’s Legalfuel podcast. Hosts Christine Bilbrey, director of the Florida Bar’s practice resource center, and Jamie Moore, practice management advisor, asked me about everything from law practice management platforms
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The contract lifecycle management company Ironclad has tapped into the power of OpenAI’s GPT-3 to introduce AI Assist, a beta feature that instantly redlines contracts based on a company’s playbook of approved clauses and language.
The redlines, made using GPT-3’s generative artificial intelligence, appear as tracked changes in Microsoft Word, where a user can then scan the recommended changes and
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San Francisco-headquartered document automation vendor Documate has rebranded to Gavel and hired chief technology officer Pierre Martin, who until 2019 was head of engineering for Amazon Prime Video.  Gavel is …
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Documate, a company whose no-code automation platform is used by law firms and legal organizations to automate the creation of legal documents, is rebranding under a new name, Gavel, to better reflect its continuing expansion into serving as the platform on which law firms, legal organizations, and legal tech startups can build online legal products.
“There’s an estimate
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UK top 200 law firm Lee & Thompson has selected NetDocuments as its new document management system, with Verlata Consulting leading the implementation and deployment project.  Lee & Thompson is one of …
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Lawyers and legal professionals using the AI-powered document drafting tool Clearbrief to create a legal brief or document will now be able to seamlessly view any case law they cite thanks to a partnership with the legal research and intelligence company Fastcase, the companies announced today.
As I have written before, Clearbrief is an innovative legal technology product
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Seattle, WA and Washington, DC (Monday, December 12th, 2022)  – Clearbrief, the award-winning, patented platform that brings AI into legal drafting in Word, announces its collaboration with Fastcase, a leading legal intelligence company and legal research provider. Together, the two companies are joining forces to give lawyers, judges, and in-house counsel the ability to seamlessly view any caselaw cited as
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Earlier this month, at the NetDocuments three-day Inspire 2022 conference for customers and partners, one of the speakers was Jeff Pfeifer, chief product officer for LexisNexis for Canada, the U.K., and the U.S. He was there to speak about a unique partnership between LexisNexis and NetDocuments called Highlights, which embeds LexisNexis case analysis and intelligence technology directly into the
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Josef, an Australia-based, no-code software platform that enables legal professionals to automate common tasks, today said it has raised AU$5.2 million, or approximately $3.5 million in U.S. dollars, which it says it will use to further bolster its presence among enterprise customers. 
The company previously raised $2.5 million in 2021 and a seed round of $1 million in 2019.
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For many writers, programmers, and gamers, there is no substitute for a mechanical keyboard. With mechanical switches under each key, mechanical keyboards are more tactile and durable than other laptop and desktop keyboards, which can translate to a more enjoyable typing experience. Until now, however, there has not been a mechanical keyboard designed expressly for lawyers and legal professionals.
Well,
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A hitherto stealth legal AI startup emerged from the shadows today with news via TechCrunch that it has raised $5 million in funding led by the startup fund of OpenAI, the company that developed advanced neural network AI systems such as GPT-3 and DALL-E 2.
The startup, called Harvey, will build on the GPT-3 technology to enable lawyers to
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Over seven years as a litigator of complex commercial and antitrust cases, Dan Hauck had become frustrated over how difficult it was for legal teams to collaborate around matters. In 2014, he left his law firm, Bryan Cave, to start ThreadKM, a matter-centric legal collaboration platform. As the product evolved, it developed integrations with the document management platform NetDocuments, and
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