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Neota Logic supports pioneers and entrepreneurs offering access to justice through LegalTech

At Neota Logic, one of our goals is to encourage professionals to use our technology to address the vast, unfulfilled demand for their expertise - the “excluded majority” (some have said up ...

21st November 2016
The future of legal service delivery
The future of legal service delivery

The rise of cognitive technologies has led doomsayers to predict that the future of the legal profession will be presided over by an army of robot lawyers.  Whilst it is ...

8th November 2016
AI & The Business of Law III: The Rise of Administrative Automation
AI & The Business of Law III: The Rise of Administrative Automation

by: Patrick Fuller, VP of Business DevelopmentThis is the third & final installment in the AI & The Business of Law series.  The first post, which addressed the business case ...

24th October 2016
Informative AND Useful: A New Approach to Proactive Compliance Solutions
Informative AND Useful: A New Approach to Proactive Compliance Solutions

Two of the most frequent questions I hear from prospective customers and audiences at conferences are:1) From Law Firms – “How can I find good use cases for Neota Logic ...

12th October 2016
Greg Wildisen writes about gaining a competitive edge with AI in The Global Legal Post

Gaining a competitive edge with Artificial Intelligenceby: Greg Wildisen, for: The Global Legal Post | Blog CommentaryGreg Wildisen of Neota Logic considers how the use of AI will develop in ...

30th September 2016
Taylor Wessing Wins Innovation in Knowledge Management Award for PSC Application powered by Neota Logic

International Law firm Taylor Wessing LLP won the award for Innovation in Knowledge Management at the 2016 Business Leadership Summit held in London on September 28th.The leading law firm was ...

29th September 2016
Neota Logic recognized as a Legal & Regulatory Solutions Key Disruptor

Neota Logic is named one of the key disruptors in the market, according to the recently released Legal and Regulatory Solutions 2016 Market Performance Report.  The report covers information and ...

26th September 2016
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Will computers replace lawyers? – College of Law Practice Management Futures Conference 2016

At its annual Futures Conference, the College of Law Practice Management brings together a uniquely multi-disciplinary group of legal industry participants and observers—partners, technologists, marketers, and managers from law firms ...

19th September 2016
Where is the “Accenture” in Law?
Where is the “Accenture” in Law?

by Rick Seabrook, Managing Director for EMEAA pet theory of mine is that one of the causes of the lack of genuine innovation in traditional law (clearly not the only ...

12th September 2016
AI and the Business of Law, Part II

Cross-selling and Client Succession Planningby: Patrick FullerThis is the second in a 3-part series on the impact of Artificial Intelligence (AI) on the business of law.  In part 1, we ...

15th August 2016
Value as a Means of Disrupting Legal Services
Value as a Means of Disrupting Legal Services

by Julian Uebergang, Managing Director for APACDigital Disruption is a term often quoted by legal doomsayers who cite Kodak and Blockbuster case studies and hypothesize that the delivery of legal ...

5th August 2016
AI and The Business of Law, Part 1:  Lawyers, Apps, and Money  

Apologies upfront to the late Warren Zevon for playing off of his seminal classic, “Lawyers, Guns, and Money” as the title of this blog post.  It is appropriate, as legal ...

13th July 2016