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Legal Technology Evolves, but Business Models Do Not

Technology, especially AI and ML has evolved significantly that it is now being incorporated as an integral part of the solutions across industries, including the legal sector. However, it is the antiquated business models that do not allow the major widespread implementation.  Organizations are taking a long time to change these business models.

Disconnect Between GCs and CEOs on Technology and Workloads

According to a recent Ernst & Young’s report, there is a disconnect among the C-level despite...

Google beats Oracle in biggest programming copyright Supreme Court case ever

This could be a landmark case that would have a long lasting impact on technology innovations. ...

AI In Law Firms

  • In the rapidly changing landscape of legal technology today, it is crucial for law firms to...

Privacy Compliance is No Longer just a 'California or Not California' With New Legislation Coming

Many other states are looking into this.  Pretty soon, there might be nationwide legislation,...

AI and the Future of Legal

For years, artificial intelligence (AI) has already been changing the ways we work and we live...

Benjamin Moore Rationing Legal Requests After In-House Layoffs

Dismissal of legal departments does not mean the dismissal or reduction of legal needs of an...

Why should attorneys consider upskilling with AI?

According to the American Bar Association's Model Rules of Professional Conduct, lawyers must...

Legal Tech's Next Big Audience: Law Departments Seeking Better Productivity

There is a gradual but consistent shift to in-house legal departments. Advocat Technologies is...

What is AI and how can it translate into happier lawyers?

 

According to the English Oxford Living Dictionary, AI can be defined as “the theory and...