rulings.law is the free, searchable, access-to-justice focused database of California trial court tentative rulings. It allows everyone to research their judge by reading that judge's prior rulings. Litigants can use this tool to make their legal briefs more persuasive by finding out what cases their judge cites, what arguments persuade them, and see how the judge has ruled on similar issues in the past.
|Headquarters||West Hollywood, CA|
|Tags||legal research, access to justice|
LexIQ develops software (SaaS) solutions for data analysis. LexIQ's mission is to provide insight into (legal) data. LexIQ's software (SaaS) solutions draw strength from machine learning (ML) and natural language processing (NLP). By labeling, analyzing and interactive visualization of data, LexIQ increases the accessibility and insight of unstructured (often textual) data. LexIQ's clientele consists of customers from the legal sector (e.g. EY, De Brauw Blackstone Westbroek and USG Legal), the banking sector (e.g. Rabobank) and the government (e.g. the Public Prosecution Service and the Council for the Judiciary). Many of LexIQ's (development) projects take place in close collaboration with these types of clients and/or universities. In addition to the fact that LexIQ is known for several appearances in the media, LexIQ is known as a finalist at the 1st edition of the De Brauw Legal Innovation Challenge (BLIC), semi-finalist at the 2nd edition of the Legal Tech Startup Awards and winner of the Audience Award at the 8th edition of the HiiL Justice Accelerator.legal research, knowledge system, information system, information retrieval, case law, laws and regulations, natural language processing (nlp), machine learning (ml), topic classification, relevancy, legal complexity, citation network, open access
iolex limited helps law firms and their clients digitize their legal / compliance functions. to this end, iolex offers (1)unified platform + legal tech app store (2)a proprietary high level language that lawyers and compliance officers can use to create their own apps, bypassing the programmer, and (3)a road map for redefining end-to-end legal service. Think of the company ARM for lawyers. iolex's founder and CEO Carl Im, a stanford phd in physics, with 20 years of investment banking trading, strategy, and sales experience, believes that the single most distinguishing factor of iolex is the tech leadership: (1)status quo is to implement legaltech solution within the context of a given mandate --> iolex builds law firm business models around a suite of technology. (2)status quo is to teach low level programming to lawyers --> we have trained 4 lawyers to speak iolex(a proprietary high level language) to create their own apps, bypassing the programmer. We have apps with only 20 lines of iolex, and over 500 lines of iolex. Carl Im is also a senior advisor to Yulchon LLC. As a senior adviser at Yulchon LLC, he has been driving Yulchon’s digital strategy, eYulchon using the iolex paradigm. Carl was named one of the 10 pioneers of new thinking by the London Financial Times, and his work has won the Asian Technology and Innovation Initiative of the Year, the Asia-Pacific Innovator of the Year, and the In-House Community Visionary Firm of the Year. He has just published a paper in A.I. with MIT’s CSAIL. The legal app factory that iolex is offering has created several revenue generating applications for Yulchon LLC and is currently in discussions with several international and regional law firms for collaboration. Carl has just announced a FIDIC Yellow 99 compliance app in collaboration with Pinsent Masons. At this years International Bar Association Conference, the iolex footprint in legaltech was the topic of invited talks for the Law Firm Management Committee, the Banking Law Committee, the Securities Law Committee, Stronger Together by Freshfields, the Fintech Settlement Committee, as well as the Yulchon Tax Breakfast. Currently iolex offers three classes of applications: the award winning AlgoCompliance, legal risk assessment analytics, as well as the patent-pending semantic evolution engine, i7, that produces line-by-line reasoning for a legal argument.legal practice management, computational law, legal document automation, ediscovery, legal analytics, legal research
RecordFixer hides criminal records from background checks. Millions of Americans have suffered some form of arrest, criminal charge, or conviction and would rather not let the rest of the world know about it. Using the intricate complex privacy laws of the US and combining our teams' knowledge of the personal data ecosystem, our app makes it easy and affordable to help people flex their privacy (legally) and efficiently. Developed by experienced criminal defense lawyers, data engineers, and a talented army of researches, RecordFixer is the worlds first automated criminal record privacy application.compliance, data privacy, access to justice
Hukumonline is a leading regulatory technology company in Indonesia. Hukumonline.com was established in 2000 by a small cohort of pioneering figures in Indonesian law, early during Indonesia’s reformation period. Initiated to educate and to offer quality legal insights, Hukumonline now stands as one of Indonesia’s most comprehensive, integrated and trusted providers of legal information. Hukumonline provides easy access to legal information for business and legal professionals. The English version of the website, pro.hukumonline.com, also publishes premium commentary and analysis of current Indonesian law. In recent years, hukumonline.com began using Artificial Intelligent based computer program to build the country’s largest database of laws, regulations and court decisions. In 2018, Hukumonline also launched LIA (Legal Intelligent Assistant), the first legal chat-bot in Indonesia. LIA currently covers three basic legal subjects of family law and in progress to cover more legal subjects. Hukumonline.com is continuing to grow and develop its business model through the establishment of two subsidiaries: easybiz.id and Justika.com.legal research, e-discovery, document automation, analytics
ezBriefs by Benchly offers brief drafters what other singular Microsoft Word Add-Ins cannot: a straightforward platform that prioritizes automatic and accurate Table of Authorities creation alongside concise citation formatting through an unparalleled user interface and experience. Driven by machine learning and our own comprehensive case law database, ezBriefs users can expect accurate, expedient, and court-accepted brief formatting after every use. With the industry-first application of native Microsoft Word TA entries and CiteCapture, ezBriefs favors collaboration and offline functionality over proprietary standards so that users can maximize the utility a Microsoft Word Add-In should offer. In addition to the differentiating features and capabilities ezBriefs offers, users can expect affordable and accessible technology without contract requirements, pricing changes, or locked in trials as a company-wide standard. Try ezBriefs for free today at www.ezbriefs.com.table of authorities, legal research, citation confirmation