Making its official launch today is Infinnium, a software company that aims to redefine how law firms, corporations and other organizations interact with data in order to improve information management, information governance, regulatory and privacy compliance, and e-discovery.

The Chantilly, Va., company says it will develop software using artificial intelligence and machine learning designed

The UK company Luminance, an artificial intelligence platform for contract review, today announced that it has completed a Series B funding round of $10 million, at a valuation of $100 million.

The funding was raised from existing investors Invoke Capital, Talis Capital and Slaughter and May. The funds will be used to support product

I spent last week at two conferences in New York City. First up was Legalweek, the rebranded version of the venerable Legaltech conference, an annual affair since 1982.  Friday brought me to Inspire.Legal, a new “unconference” devoted to “inspiring creative new solutions” to “the most pressing problems facing our industry.”

While they were

Mark A. Cohen has long been ahead of the curve. After 25 years as an accomplished trial lawyer, he founded one of the first legal process outsourcing companies and then cofounded Clearspire, the groundbreaking two-company law firm and service provider that became the blueprint for a new generation of innovative legal services providers.

Now, Cohen

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 special licensing option for e-discovery service providers at a lower wholesale rate.

Today’s announcement encompasses five changes to