Today Bloomberg Law is launching enhancements to their Draft Analyzer tool which streamlines the M&A drafting process. The Draft Analyzer was launched in 2015 as a “what’s market” tool which I reviewed in an earlier post. The Draft Analyzer streamlines transactional workflow by leveraging a proprietary algorithm to benchmark a clause to similar provisions
Today Casetext is announcing the availability of a Microsoft Word plug-in for the Compose brief drafting technology. It makes sense to put a valuable drafting tool right in place where lawyers spend their time drafting. Compose enables attorneys to locate and add arguments, legal standards, and precedent without ever leaving Word.
According to the press release, the Word version of Compose includes all the motions and features available in the original Compose application: a menu of click-to-add arguments, legal standards customized to the attorney’s side and jurisdiction, and Parallel Search, a powerful form of concept-based legal search which uses a sentence to find matching case law, even if it includes none of the same language.
The Promise of Dramatic Efficiencies .“Compose already increases efficiency in brief-drafting by 4x, in part because it cuts out the need for attorneys to bounce between templates, treatises, case law databases, and a DMS in order to
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