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  • Repario Taps E-Discovery Pro As EVP Of Strategic Initiatives

    Repario announced Tuesday it has added an e-discovery expert who specializes in building new services and cohesive teams as its executive vice president of strategic initiatives.

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    Legal AI Co. Harvey Hits $715M Valuation After Raising $80M

    Harvey, a generative artificial intelligence chatbot for legal professionals, is now worth $715 million after securing an $80 million Series B investment on Tuesday.

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    5 Issues That Shaped Legal Tech In 2023 Besides AI

    While generative text tools dominated the headlines in 2023, the legal tech industry faced several other big issues this year, including cybersecurity, consolidation and talent demand.

  • UK University Adds 2 To Social Justice Research Center

    The U.K.'s Anglia Ruskin University, a public university located in Cambridge, announced the appointment of two academics to its Centre for Access to Justice and Inclusion, or CAJI, including an expert with a particular focus on human rights and artificial intelligence.

  • Hogan Lovells Launches Chatbot For Drafting Legal Docs

    Hogan Lovells said Monday it has launched a chatbot, Eltemate Craig, that its attorneys and its clients can use to draft and organize legal documents.

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    Feds Seek 8 Months For Ex-Gibson Dunn Visiting Atty

    Federal prosecutors have requested that a former Gibson Dunn & Crutcher LLP visiting attorney spend eight months in prison after he copped to charges that he used his access to the firm's internal database to trade and profit from protected information.

  • AI Creates Dilemmas Around Confidentiality, Tax Attys Say

    Tax lawyers under increasing pressure to use artificial intelligence to save costs must contend with a host of ethical questions, including whether putting a client's tax information into a program violates confidentiality, attorneys told those attending an international tax conference in Washington, D.C.

  • Rosen Law Firm To Lead CS Disco Inc. IPO Class Action

    The Rosen Law Firm scored the lead counsel role for a proposed class against e-discovery provider CS Disco Inc., claiming the company misled investors with overly optimistic financial statements while knowingly losing some of its biggest customers.

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    Legal Tech Roundup: Redactable, Ntracts

    Two legal technology companies secured new rounds of funding this week.

  • Voir Dire: Law360 Pulse's Weekly Quiz

    This was another action-packed week for the legal industry as BigLaw firms expanded their practices, promoted attorneys and showered associates with bonuses. Test your legal news savvy here with Law360 Pulse’s weekly quiz.

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    Document Search Co. Adds Legal Tech Pro From Casetext

    Document-management firm DeepJudge has hired a senior vice president of sales and product strategy with prior experience in leadership roles at artificial intelligence research tool Casetext and legal document analysis company Kira Systems.

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    AI Rapid Response Team Will Help State Courts Adapt

    State judiciary leaders have established a new team to examine how artificial intelligence may affect the courts and suggest best practices for dealing with those effects, according to an announcement this week.

  • Calif. Judge Relates 2 Orrick Data Breach Cases To A 3rd

    A federal judge in California approved a motion Wednesday to administratively relate two class actions against Orrick Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP regarding a data breach the firm had in March to a separate complaint filed by Texas resident Dennis R. Werley in August.

  • Procurement Tool Gets New Funding 2 Months After Pre-Seed

    France-based procurement software provider Pivot SAS secured a Series A funding round on Wednesday, just two months after the company announced that it had received a pre-seed funding round.

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    GCs, Compliance Pros Worry About Quick AI Adoption

    Almost three-quarters of legal, compliance and privacy leaders who participated in a recent survey ranked the quick adoption of generative artificial intelligence as a top concern over the next two years, according to a report published Wednesday by global research firm Gartner.

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    The Biggest Legal Ethics Cases Of 2023

    A number of lawyers — and U.S. Supreme Court justices — faced scrutiny for alleged ethical missteps this past year, with a spotlight falling on Justice Clarence Thomas' luxury travel and the criminal indictments of multiple attorneys for former President Donald Trump.

  • Deals Software Co. Noetica AI Raises $6M Seed Fund Round

    Noetica AI, a corporate deals software startup co-founded by a former BigLaw associate, announced Tuesday that it has closed a $6 million seed funding round led by venture capital firm Lightspeed Venture Partners.

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    Award-Winning Cimplifi GC Champions Women In Law

    For the past 35 years, Marla Crawford has been a pioneer on complex e-discovery cases as well a champion for women in the law.

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    3 Law Firm Practice Areas That Gained Popularity In 2023

    As new and emerging legal concerns plagued clients, large law firms sprang into action in 2023, launching new practice groups to accommodate the increased need.

  • Another AI Snafu? Cohen Judge Questions Nonexistent Cases

    A New York federal judge on Tuesday ordered one of Michael Cohen's attorneys to provide copies of three apparently fictional cases cited in a recent motion, in an incident appearing to echo other instances in which attorneys have been tripped up by the tendency of artificial intelligence to "hallucinate" legal citations.

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    Most Legal Ops Professionals Believe Gen AI Will Save Money

    The majority of legal operations professionals believe that generative artificial intelligence — systems that produce written and visual content — will lead to cost savings, according to a report released Tuesday by law department consultancy Blickstein Group in collaboration with consulting giant Deloitte.

  • Elite Technology Adds 3 To Leadership Ranks

    Elite Technology, which provides financial and practice management solutions to law firms, bolstered its leadership ranks Tuesday, announcing the appointment of a chief customer officer, a chief human resources officer and a head of information security.

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    How To Navigate Originations As An Associate

    While a sizable portion of attorneys say their firms offer compensation to associates for bringing in new business, relatively few associates actually reap such rewards, according to a new survey.

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    Could Pay Transparency Boost Associate Satisfaction?

    Law firms that try to keep their pay structure secret might only be fostering discontent among their associates, according to mounting evidence, including a new survey.

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    A Deep Dive Into Law360 Pulse's Survey Of Law Firm Pay

    Compensation at law firms across the U.S. can vary widely even with a competitive market for talent, with firm size, partnership status and gender all contributing to differences in pay, according to a new report out Tuesday.

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