LegalMation™, pioneering developer of the first robust platform that automates early stage litigation tasks through the use of innovative IBM Watson® technology, announces today the start of an official pilot program with a leading global retailer. LegalMation will run on various litigation matters in key areas to analyze effectiveness and costefficiency.
LegalMation’s platform provides in-house legal teams and outside counsel an opportunity to utilize the software to respond to lawsuits and to draft the initial round of discovery requests, shaving as much as 10 hours of attorney or paraprofessional time on each filed case. Upon uploading a complaint, LegalMation, in as little as two minutes, generates a draft answer and initial set of requests for production, form interrogatories and special interrogatories.
LegalMation’s automation goes beyond data analytics, project management, legal research and e-discovery applications currently available in the legal A.I. space. The LegalMation platform analyzes a complaint and produces initial document drafts that are typically left to junior attorneys. “LegalMation’s groundbreaking technology provides work comparable to very good junior associates, but within 120 seconds. From a practice perspective, the notion of freeing up 6-10 hours of work so that clients can lower costs or a firm can re-allocate professionals to higher level tasks, gives law firm managers and in-house departments a wide variety of flexible options to respond to the challenges of the new competitive legal market.” said James M. Lee, Co-Founder and CEO of LegalMation. “The greatest validation of our platform is seeing the same jaw-dropping response that we get during our product demonstrations. These early adopters understand that this solution gives them a tremendous competitive advantage.”
LegalMation™ is a California-based technology company. It is led by a group of experienced lawyers 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.