Articles Tagged with LegalTech

[Another in a series of mini-reports on what I saw at the annual LegalTech conference in New York last week.] Just after the 2012 LegalTech, I wrote about the new direction taken by Onit, a developer of process-management applications for legal and business uses. After originally launching a Web-based, soup-to-nuts process-management platform three years ago, […]

[Another in a series of mini-reports on what I saw at the annual LegalTech conference in New York this week.] Launched nearly five years ago, Clio was the first of an ever-growing array of cloud-based practice management platforms. At LegalTech, Clio announced its first major overhaul – a ground-up redesign and dramatically improved user interface. […]

[Another in a series of mini-reports on what I saw at the annual LegalTech conference in New York this week.] For Thomson Reuters, the big news at LegalTech was the announcement of its new “legal solutions” product strategy and its release of three products tied to that strategy: Concourse, a suite of tools for corporate […]

[Another in a series of mini-reports on what I saw at the annual LegalTech conference in New York this week.] TitanFile is a SaaS file-sharing service – in the vein of Dropbox or Box – but designed for lawyers and other professionals and offering a couple of creative twists. Unlike other such services, it is […]

[Another in a series of mini-reports on what I saw at the annual LegalTech conference in New York this week.] Predictive analytics are all the rage in e-discovery, but here is a new product that uses artificial intelligence and deep data to predict the course of a negotiation, estimating when the parties are likely to […]

[First in a series of mini-reports on what I saw at the annual LegalTech conference in New York this week.] As I’ve noted before, LexisNexis is engaged in an ongoing project to standardize a range of products on the look and feel of Lexis Advance and to better integrate related products and services. Towards this […]

Once again this year, legal bloggers are eligible for free passes to attend the LegalTech conference in New York, Jan. 30 to Feb. 1, 2012. This is a full-access pass, covering all programs and the exhibit hall. Also again this year, LegalTech is hosting a Blogger’s Breakfast on Tuesday, Jan. 31, at 9 a.m. in […]

Jessica Leibrook, the new managing editor of the Thomson Reuters blog Legal Current, interviewed me briefly after the annual bloggers’ breakfast. Click here to see the interview. Jessica and other contributors to Legal Current captured a number of interviews at LegalTech, with legal technology luminaries such as Monica Bay and Andy Adkins. Browse through the […]

Join me tomorrow, Jan. 29, at 4 p.m. Eastern time, where I will be a guest on the Internet radio program PR Insider, hosted by Maureen Kedes. Also on the program will be Jay Jaffe, founder of Jaffe PR, and Heather Morse Milligan, director of marketing at Barger & Wolen in Los Angeles. We will […]

Just a day after Bruce Wasserstein announced that he was putting legal journalism company ALM up for sale, his family announced that it has donated $25 million to Harvard Law School, the second largest gift in the school’s history. The money will reportedly pay for the construction of Wasserstein Hall, a new academic center on […]