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    DC Boutique's AI Risk Software Is Available On New Platform

    Luminos.Law, a Washington, D.C.-based boutique firm that focuses solely on artificial intelligence risks, has made its custom AI risk software more readily available at a lower cost.

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    Most Fla. Attorneys Are Not Using AI In Legal Work

    While attorneys across Florida predominantly believe generative artificial intelligence will have a significant impact on the legal profession in the next decade, around 80% are not currently using the burgeoning technology in their legal practices, according to a survey published by the Florida Bar Association on Monday.

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    Weil Tech Partner Named Firm's US Cybersecurity Head

    Weil Gotshal & Manges LLP has appointed an experienced technology and intellectual property transactional attorney as head of its U.S. privacy and cybersecurity practice group, the firm announced Friday.

  • Legal Payment Provider AffiniPay Expands In Puerto Rico

    Austin-based online payments provider AffiniPay announced Thursday the launch of two of its products, LawPay and CPACharge, into Puerto Rico.

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    Legal Tech Roundup: Upstage, AltaClaro

    Two announcements, one involving a capital raising and the other involving new hires, top this recent legal technology news roundup.

  • Voir Dire: Law360 Pulse's Weekly Quiz

    The legal industry had another busy week with more lateral hires, partner promotions, new practice group launches, in-house moves and the passing of a trailblazing former Connecticut Supreme Court chief justice. Test your legal news savvy here with Law360 Pulse's weekly quiz.

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    More GCs Champion Legal Operations Amid Tight Budgets

    As in-house legal departments see increases in work and demand while dealing with persistent budget constraints, general counsel are looking to invest in technology and delegate more work to the legal operations role, a new survey found.

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    Wolters Kluwer Appoints 2 General Managers

    Netherlands-based Wolters Kluwer, which provides software solutions for law firms and other professional service providers, announced Wednesday the appointment of a general manager for its finance, risk and regulatory reporting business, as well as a new general manager for its legal and regulatory U.S. division.

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    Why Are More BigLaw Firms Falling Prey To Cybercriminals?

    BigLaw saw a significant uptick in reporting data breaches, while law firms of all sizes continue to be prime targets for cybercriminals, according to data compiled by Law360 Pulse via extensive public record requests.

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    BYU Law Students Develop 2 Access-To-Justice Tools

    Brigham Young University Law School announced this week the development of two new legal technology solutions, one intended to make assigning community service more efficient and the other used to generate divorce documents.

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    Law Firm Lateral Movement Expected To Fall Again In 2024

    After a 31% decline in 2023, lateral law firm movement is expected to dip further in 2024, both at the partner and associate levels, to return closer to prepandemic norms following a period of atypically high movement, according to a new report by Decipher Investigative Intelligence.

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    Ga. County Court Clerk Awarded For Digital Case Entry Work

    Fulton County, Georgia, court clerk Ché Alexander received a Marsy's Law Champion Award on Wednesday for her work resolving issues with arrest entries in the county court system.

  • VLex Launches AI-Backed Document Analysis Tool

    Legal intelligence company vLex announced it has launched a new document analysis tool that takes advantage of generative artificial intelligence, as well as a service that allows users to develop custom workflows with the company's in-house team.

  • ClaimScore Raises $3.15M To Deter Class Action Fraud

    ClaimScore, an anti-fraud software solution for class action settlements, secured a $3.15 million seed funding round on Wednesday to resolve the growing fraud problem in the legal industry.

  • Netflix's Legal Head Departs, Says 'Mission Has Been Fulfilled'

    Netflix's well-known director of legal operations and technology, Jenn McCarron, has left the company after five years, according to a post shared on LinkedIn on Monday, with McCarron commenting that her "mission has been fulfilled" at the entertainment company.

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    Lowenstein Sandler Launches Chatbot For Website Users

    Lowenstein Sandler LLP on Tuesday announced the launch of Lowenstein AI, a chatbot to help external users navigate the firm's website.

  • Microsoft, OpenAI Say Intercept's IP Suit Should Be Axed

    Microsoft and OpenAI have asked a Manhattan federal judge to dismiss a complaint by The Intercept accusing the companies of removing author and copyright information from material allegedly used to train ChatGPT, saying the publication lacks standing to sue because it has provided no evidence to support its claims.

  • McCann FitzGerald Latest Firm To Partner With AI Co. Harvey

    Irish law firm McCann FitzGerald LLP is partnering with generative artificial intelligence chatbot provider Harvey, the firm said Tuesday, making it the latest law firm to join forces with the startup.

  • Hogan Lovells' Tech Unit Partners With ESG Compliance Biz

    Hogan Lovells announced Tuesday that its new legal technology venture has entered into a strategic partnership with Daato, a sustainability management company, to help clients comply with their reporting requirements on environmental, social and governance.

  • L'Occitane Privacy Suit Against Zimmerman Reed Trimmed

    A Los Angeles federal court is weighing ending a suit by L'Occitane against Zimmerman Reed LLP and thousands of clients who complained that the company's website tracking tools violated their online privacy, after denying a bid by defendants to compel arbitration and tossing a claim that Zimmerman Reed violated the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act.

  • Fasken Boosts Startups Offering Through Tech Partnership

    Fasken is partnering with a legal technology company to help Canadian startups automate the creation and management of essential legal documents.

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    Insiders See Litigation Funding's Appeal Overcoming Its Risks

    With higher interest rates and fights over disclosure rules on the horizon, the litigation finance industry is in a tenuous place, but it's not slowing down, a series of experts said at the International Legal Finance Association 2024 Conference on Monday.

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    Lawhive Gets $11.8M Investment After Creating AI Paralegal

    Lawhive secured £9.5m (about $11.8 million) in new funding on Monday, the online legal platform announced on LinkedIn.

  • 'Much More Is Coming': Experts See Wave Of AI-Related Suits

    Legal experts speaking Friday at the University of California, Berkeley School of Law's symposium on artificial intelligence and evidence in civil litigation warned that broadening usage and increased regulation will lead to a wave of litigation over the technology, leaving courts to analyze the "black box" of corporate AI algorithms to determine liability.

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    NY Court System Launches Panel To Study AI Risks, Rewards

    New York's state court system has announced a new statewide advisory panel to study how the potential implementation of artificial intelligence could improve justice in the Empire State, as well as ways to avoid ethical risks posed by the new technology.

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