By Joey Telucci, Blattel Communications
LOS ANGELES (August 14, 2018) – LegalMation®, a ground breaking litigation A.I. platform that automates key tasks involved in the early stages of litigation,announced today that it is expanding its offerings to handle matters in the Texas legal market.The platform, initially rolled out in California,analyzes legal complaints and produces draft versions of answers and written discovery requests in minutes.“Since our inception, our number one priority has been to provide tools that enable legal teams to increase their efficiency and focus their efforts on meaningful tasks as opposed to tedious busy work when preparing for a case,” said Thomas Suh, president of LegalMation. “We are extremely excited that our service can now be used by legal teams practicing in Texas.”LegalMation is a first-of-its-kind A.I.tool that shaves as much as 10 or more hours of attorney or paraprofessional time on each filed case, facilitating greater cost predictability and improved accuracy.
“LegalMation’s user-friendly platform allows lawyers to provide top notch legal services very cost effectively, a concept in high demand by in-house counsel and company leaders,” said James Lee,CEO of LegalMation. “From corporate legal departments managing a global case load to boutique firms wrestling with a high volume of local matters, LegalMation positively impacts the efficiency of initial legal prep.” LegalMation is currently used by both corporate legal departments and law firms, including Walmart and labor and employment law firm Ogletree Deakins, among others.The company continues to evolve and push litigation automation ever-forward. Most recently, it announced its SmartObject™ feature, which analyzes written discovery requests and auto-suggests basic but targeted written objections to each request.
About LegalMation®LegalMation™ is a California-based legal technology company. It is led by a group of experienced litigators and technology specialists, dedicated to revolutionizing the practice of law through technology aimed at both in-house legal departments and law firms.For more information, visit www.legalmation.com.