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Featured in Forbes (February 2019) …”It will be interesting to see what happens to the billable hour model of legal work when LegalMation becomes the norm.”
LegalMation announces the expansion of its platform to Florida. In addition to Florida, LegalMation is currently available in California, Texas, and New Jersey. These four states combine for nearly 40% of litigation volume in the U.S.(continue reading)
The AmLaw 100 labor and employment firm is making a bet that AI and big data can make its lawyers faster and more insightful. LegalMation’s technology helps do just that.(continue reading)
Technology is making lawyers, MORE human. LegalMation’s Co-Founder and CEO James Lee discusses how technology tools are not only transforming the practice of law itself, but are making lawyers better and MORE human.(continue reading)
Are law firms prepared for the next recession? The usual tonic law firms employed during the Great Recession will no longer work. Instead, law firms, clients and Alternative Legal Service Providers need to re-imagine their relationships.(continue reading)
LegalMation received Industry Game Changer award from ABBYY, a global provider of intelligent capture solutions and services. The award recognized LegalMation’s leadership, innovation and market influence.(continue reading)
Efficiency advocates often hear one persistent argument against automation—increased efficiency results in reduced billable hours which means lower revenues. But the aviation industry proves that’s misguided.(continue reading)
Law firms are under tremendous pressure to innovate to provide better value to their clients, who demand more value for their legal dollars. Providing higher-value services in turn boosts firms’ competitiveness. Let AI help.(continue reading)
Innovation can be the result of a number of different recipes, but all recipes have some common components. The recipe Ogletree Deakins took, which includes LegalMation, can provide an example.(continue reading)
LegalMation now available for Texas cases. Initially rolled out in California, and now with the addition of Texas, LegalMation is rapidly expanding to cover all major jurisdictions and volume practice areas across the country.(continue reading)
LegalMation’s newest module, drafts written discovery response shells in seconds. Its proprietary SMARTOBJECT(TM) tool, offers and drafts targeted suggested objections. FREE to all users during this BETA phase.(continue reading)
LegalMation featured as one of the legal technology companies helping disrupt the legal market and allowing law firms to adapt to changes in the marketplace as they look for alternative ways of doing business.(continue reading)
LegalMation’s latest module generates discovery response shells in seconds. The SMARTOBJECT™ feature analyzes written discovery requests and auto-suggests basic but targeted objections to each request.(continue reading)
Legalmation featured as the AI tool used by two leading corporate legal departments: “7 Corporate Legal Department Strategies for Implementing AI.”(continue reading)
This week Ogletree Deakins became the first law firm to publicly announce a license with LegalMation. The company was co-founded in California by Thomas Suh and Big Law ex-pat James Lee, who also co-founded the litigation boutique LTL Attorneys.
Earlier this month, LegalMation announced its first public law department client: retail giant Walmart Inc., the world’s largest company by revenue.
The entire economy, and furthermore the world, runs online and with technologies that seemed inconceivable 50 years ago. And every corporate legal department needs to be forward-looking to keep up with the change, which today means understanding AI and other automation technologies.(continue reading)
LegalMation™, developer of a revolutionary A.I. platform that automates early stage litigation tasks, announced today that leading labor and employment law firm Ogletree Deakins will now utilize LegalMation’s innovative technology on certain litigation matters.(continue reading)
James Lee, a litigator at Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan before starting his own litigation boutique called LTL Attorneys, has founded artificial intelligence startup LegalMation, which is able to automate many key tasks in the early stages of litigation. (Lee, who recently spoke with Law.com about AI and the law, just saw Walmart Inc. sign up to use LegalMation.)(continue reading)
Walmart has licensed a product from LegalMation that automatically drafts responses and initial discovery requests for employment and slip-and-fall suits filed in California. By this fall, the product should cover those cases in all 50 states.(continue reading)
LegalMation, pioneering developer of the first platform that automates early stage litigation work by leveraging innovative IBM Watson™ technology, announces today that Walmart will implement LegalMation’s automated solution for all new lawsuits in key litigation areas as part of Walmart’s initial case assignment process.(continue reading)
LegalMation, pioneering developer of the first artificial intelligence solution that automates early stage litigation tasks through the use of innovative IBM Watson technology, will be exhibiting and demonstrating its capabilities at IBM Think 2018. The conference will be held from March 19-22 at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino in Las Vegas.(continue reading)
LegalMation® was named by the National Law Journal today in its inaugural “Legal A.I. Leaders” list. Published as part of the Law.com network, the “Legal A.I. Leaders” list identifies and highlights the most innovative companies applying artificial intelligence in the legal industry.(continue reading)
In the technology adoption lifecycle, law firms can be laggards. From email and websites to cloud computing and video conference calls, the new technologies that other businesses generally accept quickly were slow to find traction at law firms…(continue reading)
A presentation by Thomas Suh, panel speaker at the Bar Association of San Francisco (BASF)’s CLE panel, San Francisco, CA.
Artificial Intelligence Software to Reduce Time to Prepare Responses to Lawsuits and Draft Initial Discovery Requests from 6-10 Hours to Less Than 2 Minutes…(continue reading)
This week on Law.com’s Unprecedented podcast, we hear from James Lee, CEO and co-founder of legal AI startup LegalMation. Lee, also a litigator and managing partner at LTL Attorneys in Los Angeles, talks about…(continue reading)
Thomas Suh was a panel speaker at United Nations’ ITU Telecom World 2017, Busan, South Korea.
James Lee speaks on the panel at the Annual Conference of the International Association of Korean Lawyers, Seoul, South Korea.
Enoch Liang speaks on the panel at the NAPABA Western Regional Conference, Silicon Valley, CA.
LegalMation, a California-based technology start-up, debuted a new artificial intelligence platform designed to help law firms by automating key tasks in the early stages of litigation…(continue reading)
The world of legal technology is quickly evolving, with new products aimed at aiding lawyers coming to market in rapid succession.(continue reading)
LegalMation Co-Founder and CEO James Lee and board member Neil Sahota, plenary panel presentation on AI and its impact on law, Minority Corporate Counsel Program Global TEC Forum, San Francisco, CA.
SAN FRANCISCO, CA — Harnessing the cognitive computing capabilities of IBM Watson®, Los Angeles-based LegalMation™ launches a robust platform today that automates many key tasks involved in the early stages of litigation…(continue reading)