Plaintiffs firms are increasingly exploring ways to integrate and leverage generative artificial intelligence into their day-to-day work processes as their business models make them hard-pressed to let opportunities for greater efficiency slip by.

Contingency fee-based operation models and focus on efficiency incentivize plaintiffs firms “to be earlier adopters in welcoming generative AI,” Edelson founder Jay Edelson said. “Defense firms charge by the number of worked hours, making efficiency-enhancing tools a potential threat to their business model.”

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