July 16, 2014 | Resources
If you only need contract provision extraction software to review agreements you specifically trained it for (which are in the form of clean scans), rules- and comparison-based tech should work fine.
June 25, 2014 | Kira Technology
Earlier this month, Bob Ambrogi put up a quite thorough description of our contract review system on his “LawSites” blog. For those unfamiliar with Bob’s work, he is among the leading writers on legal technology.
June 4, 2014 | Announcements
Yves Faguy, the senior editor of The Canadian Bar Association’s National Magazine, just put up a nice interview with me about DiligenceEngine.
June 1, 2014 | Resources
In the previous post in the Contract Review Software Buyer’s Guide, we explored the human element of building contract provision extraction software.
May 5, 2014 | Resources
Good way to build accurate contract provision extraction models? tl;dr: If you wouldn’t trust the people who instructed a contract review system to accurately review contracts, can you trust results from the system they built?
April 28, 2014 | Legal
Optimal contract review conditions? Two of the main drivers behind building the DiligenceEngine contract review system were that (1) contract review really needs to be done accurately and (2) the junior lawyers who typically do due diligence contract review sometimes make mistakes in this work.
April 14, 2014 | Announcements
A recent piece “All rise: The era of legal startups is now in session” by Nicole Bradick in VentureBeat describes how funding for companies in the legal space (technology providers as well as Newlaw firms and LPOs) is starting to catch up to the market’s potential.