E-discovery has seen a host of artificial intelligence-based interventions in recent years, most applied to predictive coding and document review tasks. But as AI becomes increasingly commonplace, litigators are seeing more tools directed towards their work.

LegalMation, which develops AI-based products for litigators, has been steadily developing inroads within litigation circles. The company’s first module, which reads through complaints and drafts initial answers and discovery requests according to various practice area needs, was adopted earlier this year by Walmart and employment firm Ogletree Deakins.

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