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Greenfield Southwick Selects Zero to Transform Email Management with AI
Author /Legal Technology News – Legal IT Professionals | Everything legal technology: Zero, provider of the industry’s most innovative artificial intelligence email management technology, announces Silicon Valley law firm, Greenfield Southwick has selected Zero to transform email management for the
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Legal tech companies at Legalweek have yet to master marketing as a conversation
Author Kevin O’Keefe/Real Lawyers: A year ago this week, I blogged that legal tech companies and their founders and executives didn’t understand how to use technology and the Internet to market and sell. Unfortunately, nothing much has changed for legal
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Practice Innovations: Project Management Nuts and Bolts — Notes from the Field
Author Elaine Egan/Legal Executive Institute: In the latest “Practice Innovations”, a quarterly, online newsletter that examines best practices and innovations in law firm information and knowledge management, we feature a conversation with three law firm knowledge specialists about recent projects
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Relativity Brings Reduced Data Fees, Unlimited Analytics, and a More Flexible Licensing Model to RelativityOne Customers
Author /Legal Technology News – Legal IT Professionals | Everything legal technology: Relativity today announced reduced data fees of up to 50 percent for its cloud-based e-discovery platform RelativityOne. Relativity is also creating a new, flexible billing model for all
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Relativity Reduces Data Fees for SaaS Customers, Adds New Licensing for Service Providers
Author Bob Ambrogi/LawSites: E-discovery company Relativity is today announcing new pricing and licensing options for its cloud-based RelativityOne product, reducing data fees by up to 50 percent, introducing a more flexible billing model for all RelativityOne customers, and creating a
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History tells us most VC backed legal tech companies will fail
Author Kevin O’Keefe/Real Lawyers: Jason Fried, the co-founder and CEO of Basecamp and widely respected business commenter blogged this on Friday. SILICON VALLEY HAS BECOME ESPECIALLY GOOD AT TURNING SOFTWARE, THE HIGHEST MARGIN PRODUCT EVER, INTO MANY OF THE WORST
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Wales: access to justice, technology and charisma
Author Roger Smith/Law, Technology and Access to Justice: The Welsh Government has established a Commission on Justice in Wales – among its aims being to ‘promote better outcomes in terms of access to justice’. The commission has proceeded rather slowly
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Skilled in the Art: What’s ZUP With Obviousness? Will AI Make Everything Obvious?
Author /Law.com: Is this the case that wil straighten out the Federal Circuit’s law of obviousness”          
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How Artificial Intelligence Can Change Legal Departments: A Q&A With IBM Watson’s Brian Kuhn
Author /Corporate Counsel: “I think law departments are 66 percent more likely to hire a law firm if they believe that law firm is innovative and that innovation generates meaningful results,” says co-founder and global leader of Watson Legal Practice
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#Legalweek19 Preview: How Technology Is Transforming Legal Practice
Author Bob Ambrogi/LawSites: If you are reading this blog, then I don’t have to tell you: Little has more dramatically changed the practice of law than technology. For better or for worse, the technological advances of the past decade have
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Wordcloud of #Legalweek19 Agenda Reveals the Show’s Dominant Themes
Author Bob Ambrogi/LawSites: Every year, the folks at the legal marketing and public relations firm InsideLegal analyze the agenda of the Legalweek/Legaltech conference and create a wordcloud revealing the show’s major and not-so-major themes. With the conference kicking off next Tuesday,
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Summary and Analysis: Microsoft Office 365 eDiscovery Challenge Survey
Author Bob Ambrogi/LawSites: [Editor’s note: In a guest post here in August, e-discovery consultants Tom O’Connor, director of the Gulf Coast Legal Technology Center, and Don Swanson, president of Five Star Legal, launched the Microsoft Office 365 eDiscovery Challenge, a survey to determine whether Office 365’s
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