Are law firms putting clients at risk by NOT proposing the use of AI-based contract review tools to more comprehensively provide due diligence in M&A deals?
Contracts contain some of the most critical and sensitive information that an organization wants to protect - information about strategies, relationships, prices, timetables, intentions.
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There is a central thesis to AI for Lawyers, the new book from Kira Systems co-founders Noah Waisberg and Dr. Alexander Hudek: AI is here, and it’s time for lawyers to take advantage of it.
Honigman LLP is a leading business law firm serving clients locally, nationally, and internationally from its Midwest base. They counsel clients on complex legal issues in more than 60 areas of legal practice.
There’s more and more evidence that law firms are innovating and applying more technology in their service delivery models, but they could do a little better job telling their clients about it.
Weightmans is a top 45 UK law firm that explores AI as a way of enhancing their legal services. For Weightmans, AI is a leading force in the legal sector, and this has been demonstrated through its use of AI across many areas of its business including PI, corporate, commercial, real estate and internal business use cases.
How far along is the legal industry in adopting artificial intelligence-based technologies and solutions? New research from ILTA and the Blickstein Group provides a more nuanced picture than many previously-reported studies.
This article is the last of a series of four that focuses on key industry trends that are driving and enabling a scalable approach to legal work with the help of AI.