Akerman and Thomson Reuters use Neota Logic for Groundbreaking U.S. Data Privacy and Security Legal Service Offering

Posted: 19 November 2015
By: Neota Logic

Akerman LLP, a top 100 U.S. law firm serving clients across the Americas, today announced the advent of the Akerman Data Law Center, a dynamic, technology-driven, data privacy and security law service offering developed in collaboration with Thomson Reuters Legal Managed Services.

The Akerman Data Law Center will provide tailored research, multi-jurisdictional surveys and regulatory gap analyses in a wide array of data and privacy risk areas empowering clients to quickly and cost-effectively understand and handle routine compliance matters while mitigating risks before they become crises. With Akerman’s multi-disciplinary team of regulatory compliance and data law lawyers within reach, the firm can also provide legal interpretation and day-to-day counseling specifically tailored to each client’s distinctive situation and needs.

“We recognize that in most areas of data law today, such as privacy, security and records retention, the number of relevant laws and regulations is too vast and fast-growing for most individual clients to cost-effectively maintain,” said Martin Tully, co-chair of Akerman’s Data Law Practice. “The Akerman Data Law Center enables our clients to keep pace with business-critical data laws by extending their in-house capabilities and improving business efficiency.”

Akerman also is partnering with Neota Logic. The Akerman Data Law Center will utilize Neota Logic’s advanced expert system technology platform, a form of artificial intelligence, to interpret and operationalize the legal knowledge and guide clients to counsel where counsel is needed. By combining rules, reasoning, decision management and document automation, Neota Logic applications set a new standard in delivering business solutions.

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