LOS ANGELES--(BUSINESS WIRE)--LegalMation™, developer of a revolutionary A.I. platform that automates early stage litigation tasks, announced today that leading labor and employment law firm Ogletree Deakins will now utilize LegalMation’s innovative technology on certain litigation matters. LegalMation will be deployed initially for the firm’s California matters, and other jurisdictions will be added as they come online in the coming months.
LegalMation uses artificial intelligence to automate key tasks involved in the early stages of litigation—making it the first technology tool that analyzes legal complaints and actually produces draft versions of answers and initial sets of written discovery in as little as two minutes. This ground-breaking application shaves hours of attorney or paraprofessional time from each filed case, facilitating greater cost predictability and improved accuracy and productivity.
“This technology is a game changer for tackling high-volume cases the firm handles across the United States, like single-plaintiff employment matters,” said Patrick V. DiDomenico, Chief Knowledge Officer at Ogletree Deakins. “The time saved by using LegalMation allows our attorneys to focus on higher level, higher value strategic issues, thereby increasing overall efficiency and greatly benefiting our clients.”
“We are excited about the large strides in our development this past year at LegalMation. We are starting to reach the potential that artificial intelligence has to revolutionize the legal industry,” said James Lee, CEO of LegalMation. “LegalMation couples litigation expertise with the outstanding ability of IBM’s Watson technology, resulting in incredible time and cost savings in the early steps of litigation. Working with the Ogletree California team, we look forward to harnessing the power of this platform to bring quantifiable benefits to Ogletree and its clients.”
LegalMation™ is a California-based technology company. It is led by a group of experienced litigators and technology specialists, dedicated to revolutionizing the practice of law through technology aimed at both in-house legal departments and law firms. For more information, visit www.legalmation.com.