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Humans and AI — Playing to Respective Strengths
Casetext currently employs artificial intelligence technology in many parts of our business, and we are continuing to deploy the latest advances as they come out of research labs. At Casetext, our guiding principle in

Your firm selects a technology which addresses its business and attorney needs. The vendor requests a list including the full names, email addresses, offices and positions of the firm’s end-users and subsequently issues passwords. Several launch presentations are then scheduled,

During ILTACON 2018, LexBlog’s Kevin O’Keefe interviewed Casetext VP of Business Development Anand Upadhye about what inspired him to leave a six-year career as a litigator to join a legal tech startup.
Seeing legal research as “gravely broken” in the

Carolyn Elefant has her finger on the pulse of small law legal practice. Aside from authoring the popular blog for solo and small firm lawyers MyShingle, she is herself a solo practitioner. Carolyn has always been a step ahead when

For the last thirteen years, Kalpana Kotagal has been tackling workplace discrimination as an attorney at Cohen Milstein Sellers & Toll. Her thirteen years of experience have given her an exceptional view into what workplaces are doing right and doing

As former litigators, we always feared that when attorneys miss precedents, the stakes are high. And we had a pretty good idea — anecdotally — that lawyers might be missing more cases than they think. We wanted to get a clearer picture of how

As the Associate GC leading the litigation group at Macy’s, Betty Tierney and her team actually handle much of the company’s litigation themselves — and she’s using that experience to guide her expectations when she works with outside counsel.
Betty made her

How a former litigator combined a passion for law with technology to inspire the ultimate KM tool.
As a shareholder at Ogletree Deakins, Evan Shenkman decided that, although there were elements of legal practice he loved, he didn’t want to do