Three years ago, Wolters Kluwer’s ELM Solutions introduced LegalVIEW BillAnalyzer, a service for in-house legal-bill review teams that combines machine learning and other advanced technologies with human expertise to help review law firm invoices and ensure that they accurately and consistently adhere to billing guidelines.

Today, ELM Solutions is introducing a variation on that

The practice management company Rocket Matter is announcing today that it has acquired LexCharge LLC, a payment processing company that specializes in handling payments for legal professionals.

The LexCharge payment technology will now be integrated within the Rocket Matter platform, to create a consolidated, streamlined experience for law firms for time capture, billing, invoicing,

Fresh on the heels of its $15 million Series A funding round in December, the artificial intelligence contract management company Evisort is today announcing plans to release a new workflow module that will offer pre-signature contract-generation and approval workflows in combination with the company’s post-signature contract analytics.

Evisort says that the new module, slated for

With Legalweek starting tomorrow, MaxVal, a Silicon Valley-based intellectual property software company, is today announcing the release of a major update of its IP management system.

Symphony 3.6 is “an innovative leap forward” for the product, the company says, providing new analytics, intelligence, reporting, and automation features.

The new release introduces the Analytical Insights

Lawyer marketplace UpCounsel is shutting down.

The San Francisco based company, which has raised a total of $26 million, including a $12 million Series B in April 2018, notified customers by email this morning that it will shut down permanently on March 4.

The company served corporations by providing freelance lawyers for anything from a

Five U.S. law firms — three in the last 24 hours — have been among the companies and organizations targeted by a new round of ransomware attacks. In two of the cases, a portion of the firms’ stolen data has already been posted online, including client information.

This according to Brett Callow, a threat

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