LexisNexis Legal & Professional today announced that Lexis for Microsoft Office legal drafting software now integrates with Lexis Advance, the company's next generation research platform.
Mitratech has released a white paper titled "Moving Matters In-House: How Technology Enables Legal In-Sourcing." The paper, which covers best practices for in-sourcing legal work, is based on primary and secondary research
Fastcase, a legal publisher and research service, today released new software to identify overturned or reversed cases in its Authority Check system. The new algorithm, called Bad Law Bot, surfaces citations that give negative treatment to a cited case.
If your legal department had 15 minutes to answer a question on privacy, corporate governance, or intellectual property, what information would you want at your fingertips? That's the driving concept behind Wolters Kluwer's General Counsel Navigator software.
BriefMine has launched a new legal research platform: a database of over 150,000 legal briefs, assembled through a partnership with the Law Library Microform Consortium and the Los Angeles Law Library.
The southeast exhibit hall at the ABA Techshow in the Hilton Chicago was more densely packed with vendors than the southwest hall. Sean Doherty, LTN's technology editor, was not able to get through it all in a day but managed to get some news and hear David Pogue, technology columnist for The New York Times and Scientific American, declare the end of email.
ALM Legal Intelligence, a business information provider to U.S. and international law firms, released the Government Contracts Database product today that provides full, searchable data on all federal contracts for outside legal services from 2008 to 2012.
Thomson Reuters, a legal content, software, and service provider, on Monday introduced Practitioner Insights, a WestlawNext resource with practice-specific content and analysis as well as information on emerging legal developments.
Thomson Reuters Expert Witness Services, a source for locating and researching expert witnesses, and DRI, a professional organization for members of the defense bar, announced Tuesday that they are joining forces to provide DRI's 22,000 members worldwide with enhanced expert witness research and placement capabilities.