Lex Machina Adds Analytics for ADA Cases

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The legal analytics platform Lex Machina, which is owned by LexisNexis, has added a module for litigation involving claims under the Americans with Disabilities Act, as well as claims under related state laws. 

The collection consists of more than 90,000 cases involving violations of Titles II, III and V of the ADA, as well as…

LawNext: Contract Wrangler Founder Neil Peretz on Starting, Building and Selling a Legal Tech Company

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Last month, in a marriage of two contract management platforms, Conga acquired Contract Wrangler. For entrepreneur-turned-lawyer-turned-entrepreneur Neil Peretz, it was the conclusion of a journey that began five years earlier, when he founded Contract Wrangler with a vision of a contracts platform that would be more than just a repository, more than able to

Court Reporting Company Veritext Acquires Canadian Company Reportex, Expanding Its North America Scope

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The New Jersey-based court reporting company Veritext Legal Solutions, which already provides a variety of deposition and litigation support solutions, has acquired Canadian court reporting company Reportex and its family of brands in British Columbia.

As part of the acquisition, Veritext also acquired United Reporting in Vancouver and Kamloops Reporting Services in Kamloops.…

As Onit Releases InvoiceAI To General Availability, It Promises ‘It’s Not Here to Take Over the World’

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Onit today announced the general availability of InvoiceAI, an artificial intelligence product for first-pass invoice review, and along with it comes a clever promotional video that plays on the threat of AI world domination and legal professionals’ ambivalence around AI.

As I reported last May, the Houston company — which provides enterprise workflow

G2 Names Leaders in Contract Lifecycle Management Software

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One of the hottest segments of legal tech is contract lifecycle management, which is becoming an increasingly competitive market with numerous vendors jockeying for their share, and where there has been a spate of notable investments over the past year, including the $100 million funding of Ironclad at a valuation of nearly $1 billion.

Given…

Citing Shared Vision for the Future of Law Practice, Clio Acquires Document Assembly Company Lawyaw

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In its second acquisition in six weeks, law practice management company Clio has acquired Lawyaw, a document automation and assembly platform designed for solo, small and mid-sized law firms.

This news follows Clio’s July 28 announcement that it acquired CalendarRules, an automated court calendaring product. It is Clio’s third acquisition ever, including its…