Autto

Founded by an attorney, a product developer, and a digital product manager, Autto seeks to automate the legal industry through building customized workflows for common legal processes.

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From SME Technology Guide Small Business Saturday is part of a year-long campaign highlighting SMEs and encouraging consumers to support small businesses in their communities. AUTTO founder Ian Gosling gives some insight to readers of SME Technology Guide on how small businesses can link the benefits of Small Business Saturday with technology to gain a competitive edge. “While the boost to businesses from Small Business Saturday is to be welcomed, it does have the side effect of putting…
From Artificial Lawyer We have found a real meeting of minds with Tangible in our desire to deliver rapid, practical automation that suits the legal industry. Autto, the legal workflow automation platform, has taken a $650,000 investment from Angel investors and US-based ALSP, Tangible, previously known as the Ashe Legal Group, which offers a combination of tech and legal support. The two companies will also now work very closely together, with the…
Technology has the potential to democratise the law, but up until now,  access to technology was the realm of large law firms. With cuts to legal aid, the government is now keen to help smaller firms use technology to help plug the gap between the cost of legal services and the access to them. The Legal Access Challenge is a programme jointly administered by Nesta Challenges in partnership with the Solicitors Regulation Authority to help more people access…
Is Biglaw ready for the benefits of transformational change? One of the main barriers to the adoption of Lawtech is the oft-quoted misconception that “Lawtech is just a fad.” The more history a firm has and the greater loyalty towards legacy systems, the more likely this sentiment will raise its head. While trends in new innovation are often surrounded by a certain amount of hype, that doesn’t mean that all new innovation is a fly-by-night…
From Legal Tech Weekly Simple automations can be even more beneficial than advanced artificial intelligence, especially in small- and midsize law firms. Here is today’s good news: the next financial crisis seems just around the corner. Nouriel Roubini, who earned the nickname Mr Doom when he foresaw the last one, predicts it to come in 2020 and the latest update from Intensity estimates that there is 99.9% probability that a recession will happen within the…
In the news:   By Max Cole “We all know that much of the daily grind in a law firm is neither enjoyable or necessary. With law firms under increasing pressure to do more with less, it is simply inefficient to have smart people doing ‘dumb’ things.” Read : “Why simplicity is the key to improving legal practice,” written by Max Cole, Barrister and co-founder of Autto, for The Legal Technologist. Lawtech with a purpose …
Is Biglaw ready? Is Biglaw ready for the benefits of transformational change? One of the main barriers to the adoption of Lawtech is the oft-quoted misconception that “Lawtech is just a fad.” The more history a firm has and the greater loyalty towards legacy systems, the more likely this sentiment will raise its head. While trends in new innovation are often surrounded by a certain amount of hype, that doesn’t mean that all new innovation…
Technology has the potential to democratise the law, but up until now,  access to technology was the realm of large law firms. With cuts to legal aid, the government is now keen to help smaller firms use technology to help plug the gap between the cost of legal services and the access to them. The Legal Access Challenge (https://legalaccesschallenge.org/)  is a programme jointly administered by Nesta Challenges in partnership with the Solicitors Regulation…