Our software scans legal documents for potential drafting errors. Think of it like a spell checker or grammar checker on steroids. Drafting errors have consequences—ranging from making the attorney look sloppy to creating loopholes that open up litigation. Many drafting oversights, such as semantic and syntactic ambiguities, are not easy for lawyers to catch but relatively straightforward with the help of technology.
The OSET Institute is all about making elections software technology publicly available in order to increase verification, accuracy, security, and transparency (in process), and ensure that ballots are counted as cast. The work is all about integrity in elections.
DiRiSo (Digital Rights Solutions) crafts web-based legal tech applications for law firms to automatize parts of their work process. For this purpose, DiRiSo mainly develops tools to standardize repetitive steps for evaluating cases, shaping legal opinions and producing legal documents.