Berwin Leighton Paisner (BLP) has begun using a new ‘sharedo’ platform, which uses artificial intelligence to help manage cases and workflow. The firm has
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CMS has decided to invest in Brainspace, a data visualisation and machine learning technology platform designed to save time and money for clients. The firm’s head of commercial,
CMS Hasche Sigle has entered into a deal with Kira, a technology service provider, for software services to aid the firm’s transactional matters. The software is reportedly
Slaughter and May has joined forces with technology fund Invoke Capital to test the company’s new Luminance software as part of a pilot programme. Invoke Capital is led by
J. Sagar Associates has taken a leading role in the acquisition of software engineering form Rofous Software by leading software developer GlobalLogic. The deal sees Rofus Software's offices in Milpitas, California,
Microsoft Corp. has agreed to acquire the popular Internet telephone service Skype SA for $8.5 billion in the biggest deal in the software maker’s 36-year history. Microsoft is represented by Washington-based firms
Private equity major, Sequoia Capital (Sequoia) has acquired a 10 percent stake in Pune based Quick Heal Technologies Private Limited (Quick Heal). Quick Heal is a growing market leader in the computer security market.
CMS Cameron McKenna is poised to launch a new software system which provides associates with discussion points for use when wining and dining clients. The system is
US software giant Microsoft's legal department has seen its legal budget cut by 15 percent over the last one and a half years, leading to a 5 percent reduction in headcount, according to its general counsel, Brad Smith.
K&L Gates has lost its status as one of Microsoft's preferred legal providers. K&L Gates, which was the product of a merger between international law firm Kirkpatrick & Lockhart
A Manhattan appeals court has rejected a billionaire investor's bid to obtain the work product of three plaintiffs firms, led by Milberg Weiss, which he claims settled a class action against software maker CA Inc., for
A Philadelphia law practice recently ranked among the nation's top 200 firms has been accused by a software industry group of stealing business applications made by Adobe, Symantec, and other vendors, InformationWeek has