Law Department Technology

Emerging from stealth mode, Coheso announced the public launch of its generative AI-powered legal intake and work management platform designed to help in-house legal and compliance teams replace generic tools with domain-specific solutions to accelerate workflows.
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Launched just four months ago by engineers who previously worked for Uber, Google and Amazon, Traact, a SaaS platform that integrates a range of corporate functions in an all-in-one platform, today said it has entered into a strategic partnership with Klea, a Belgium-based provider of AI-enabled legal entity management.
The partnership will enable the companies to more effectively
Continue Reading Four Month After Launching, Traact Forms Strategic Partnership with Belgium-Based Klea to Serve Corporate and Law Firm Clients Globally

“It’s clear from our survey that legal departments and law firms are looking for ways to utilize gen AI safely,” Consilio CEO Andy Macdonald said. “However, without the right people as a guide, confidence it will actually work, strong data protections, and integration with your enterprise data, the risks of gen AI can easily outweigh the benefits.”
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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
Continue Reading Wolters Kluwer Adds Beneficial Ownership Information To Its Legisway Product for Corporate Legal

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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Today in the LawSites video series How It Works, we get a demonstration of AutoNDA, a free software platform developed by SimpleDocs to automate the creation and management of non-disclosure agreements under the open-source oneNDA standard.
AutoNDA is designed for inhouse legal and business teams that need to streamline and centralize the NDA process. It enables self-serve access for your
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As the legal industry expresses mixed feelings and concerns about the implementation capabilities of their contract lifecycle management solutions, Epiq is hoping to beef up its CLM consultancy offering with its latest acquisition, Mainspring.
Continue Reading Epiq Acquires Digital Transformation Firm Mainspring, Seeking to Solve CLM Shortcomings