As a follow-up to their 2009 article naming me one of their original batch of Legal Rebels, I’m featured in a new ABA Journal Legal Rebels podcast that focuses on my work with LegalSifter. And there’s also an article. You can find both of them here. The 2009 article about me is apparently no longer […]
In some fields, the robots-running-rampant connotations of the term “artificial intelligence” might be somewhat justified. But when it comes to what LegalSifter offers—AI review of the other side’s draft contract—a dose of reality is in order. To read the rest of this post, go to LegalSifter’s blog, here.
I’ve seen more than my fair share of unfortunate drafting, but my work for LegalSifter has exposed me to a whole new level of stoopid. This post is on the LegalSifter blog. Go here to read the rest.
One of my tasks at LegalSifter is to create help text for Sifters, the algorithms tasked with spotting whether a given issue is addressed in a draft contract submitted to you by a counterparty. … Because this post relates to my work as advisor for LegalSifter, the AI document-review software, I posted it on their blog. […]
In recent weeks I’ve had occasion to ruminate in public: Here’s my conversation with Casey Flaherty (@DCaseyF), recorded by LegalSifter at the CLOC 2018 Institute: Go here for Christian Lang‘s episode “Voices of CLOC 2018,” on the podcast Blacklines & Billables. (My utterances are at 6:00, 20:00, and 27:51.) And go here for this item by […]
Go here for my first post on LegalSifter’s blog. It’s about the different perspective that’s required when you’re reviewing rather than drafting, and it focuses on a provision you see sometimes in confidentiality agreements.
From 22 April to 25 April I’ll be in Las Vegas. No, I won’t be desultorily pulling at the handle of a slot machine. Instead, I’ll be with the LegalSifter team at the 2018 CLOC Institute. CLOC stands for Corporate Legal Operations Consortium. I’ve not attended a CLOC event, but I’m looking forward to it: […]
Go here for an article by Lizzy McLennan in The Legal Intelligencer about my joining LegalSifter (free registration required). It accurately summarizes what we have in mind. Well, I’m not sure I hail from Long Island :-)
You recall that recent post about LawGeex’s AI-versus-humans study (here)? In that post I mention LegalSifter, another company that uses technology to make review of the other side’s drafts quicker and more effective. Well, soon after that post, Kevin Miller, LegalSifter’s chief executive officer, invited me to join LegalSifter as an advisor. I happily accepted. Go here […]