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Move Over Westlaw – Meet the Next-Generation Westlaw Edge, With Advanced AI and Analytics

LawSites – Robert Ambrogi on July 12, 2012 – “It was eight years ago that Thomson Reuters unveiled WestlawNext to great fanfare, eventually phasing out classic Westlaw entirely. A lot has changed in those eight years, both in the legal … Continue reading

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Bloomberg Law: New Leadership. New Products: SEC Administrative Analytics and Practical Guidance  and “Hot Topic” News

Today I learned that Joe Breda who had been the Executive Vice President, Product has replaced Scott Mozarsky as the President of Bloomberg Law.  Mozarsky has been President since November 2016, replacing David Perla. The other big news from Bloomberg … Continue reading

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11 New Exhibitors at AALL Conference in Baltimore: Meet the New Litigation and Analytics Exhibitors

One of the best places to network at the American Association of Law Libraries Annual meeting is the exhibit hall. Everyone looks forward to the latest releases from the major publishers.  And then there is a swag – sometimes silly … Continue reading

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Crossing the Big Data / Data Science Analytics Chasm

Data Science Central: “The key of any organization’s digital transformation is becoming more effective at leveraging data and analytics to power their business models. That is, how can organizations exploit the growing bounty of internal and external data sources to … Continue reading

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Lex Machina Expands Analytics Insights into Remedies Grant/Deny Rates and Trends

This week Lex Machina added Remedies Analytics to their platform. Lawyers can now investigate the trends on grant and deny rates for permanent injunctions. Preliminary injunctions and temporary restraining orders. Grant/deny rates can be analyzed for specific judges and districts … Continue reading

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