Luminance's President of the Americas, Jason Brennan, is featured in Law.com's latest article about the rise of ALSP's or 'New Law' companies. In an increasingly tech-driven and fast-moving legal climate, the distinction between the 'traditional' legal service providers versus 'New Law' companies is not so clear.
Luminance is featured in PR Newswire's latest article about about the increasing adoption of legal tech solutions by law practitioners. Following research from Absolute Markets Insight, Luminance was named as a key player in a global legal AI market expected to grow at a CAGR of 37.7% in the next year.
Emily Foges, Luminance's CEO, explores the tech trends set to hit the legal profession in 2020. Luminance's cutting-edge technology solution is at the forefront of the tech revolution- 2020 is just the beginning.
Luminance is featured in Silicon Republic's fantastic piece about start-ups shaking up the tech world. As the leading artificial intelligence platform for the legal profession, Luminance supercharges lawyers in their review, allowing them to get to the crunch of the deal with unmatched speed and insight.
Luminance's CEO, Emily Foges, is featured in Law.com's Legal Tech predictions for 2020. With the adoption of legal technology at a record high, this year brings new possibilities for lawyers seeking to accelerate and innovate their legal services.
European law firms have adopted legal technology at a faster pace than U.S. law firms, but the gap is thinning. Emily Foges, CEO at Luminance, looks at why the use of AI will grow as firms realize it helps improve client relationships and deliver cost-effective legal services.
Luminance's CEO, Emily Foges, and Omnius founder, Sofie Quidenus-Wahlforss, took to the stage at Disrupt Berlin to discuss the new advent of AI. Using the right tool is critical- especially with legacy industries like law and insurance.
Luminance are featured in Pensar Media's 'Future of Legal Services Report', looking at how legal companies are driving greater efficiencies across the legal industry and transforming the legal profession for the better.
It’s been a record-setting year for investments in legal tech, with the industry reaching the $1.2 billion threshold this year for the first time. Adopting legal tech is increasingly being recognised as a very valuable tool.
Each Upstart has raised no more than $50 million in venture capital, which means valuations are still relatively low, while promise and potential are high. And although the unicorns of 2019 have represented at times frothy, fadlike market trends, the Upstart 100 companies present a broader picture of where venture capitalists are placing their bets in the more distant future.
Internationally-renowned US firm, Ulmer & Berne LLP, are the latest to leverage Luminance's groundbreaking technology to assist with due diligence reviews. Ulmer decided to adopt Luminance after experiencing incredible time savings during the firm's first live project.
Today it was announced that Luminance, the flagship AI company borne out of Cambridge University, is a finalist in the ‘Legal Supplier Innovation’ category at the prestigious LexisNexis Legal Awards 2020.
Luminance announces that its unique AI platform for the legal industry, which has revolutionised document review for over 175 law firms and organisations, is now successfully being used in over 80 languages around the world.
Luminance, the market-leading artificial intelligence (AI) platform for lawyers, continues to strengthen ties in the legal profession by creating an Advisory Board to accelerate the adoption of this technology, essential for law firms and in-house teams to stay competitive in response to the pressures on the industry.
Luminance, the leading artificial intelligence platform for the legal profession, has announced that industry veteran Jason Brennan has joined the company as President of the Americas, as the company continues to expand its client base and product offering in the region.
Roca Junyent has chosen to adopt Luminance’s machine learning technology to enhance its M&A due diligence processes, becoming the fourteenth Spanish customer for the market-leading artificial intelligence platform.
6 - 11 November 2019 | European Convention Centre Luxembourg
Each year, the UIA Congress brings together approximately 1,000 lawyers from around the world to discuss important legal issues. In 2019, Luxembourg will host the 63rd UIA Congress from November 6 to 10, at the European Convention Center Luxembourg - ECCL.
25 September 2019 | Riverside Building, Belvedere Rd, London
Recent developments in the legal market have led to a point where everything seems extremely complicated, be it AI, diversity, technology etc. This year’s Business Leadership Summit will focus on exactly that.
The Nordic Private Equity Forum will bring together international senior private equity professionals to debate the strategic direction of the asset class and to provide insight on how deals are being executed in the Nordics.
24 - 25 September 2019 | Hilton London Canary Wharf, London
The Legal AI Forum marks the world’s first dedicated conference to focus upon the business implications and advancements in artificial intelligence, RPA and machine learning specifically for the legal sector.
Luminance's Security Board member, Lord Jonathan Evans, was featured in The Times last week, where he drew attention to the raging AI/ethics debate. True machine learning technology like Luminance ensures accountability and objectivity at every stage of the legal process.
Luminance's President of the Americas, Jason Brennan, recently attended one of the biggest tech conferences of the year, Legal Week New York. Jason joined some of the leading professionals in the industry to discuss perceptions, experiences and thoughts on AI.
At the end of last month, the United Kingdom officially divorced from the European Union. The future of Britain is uncertain, not least for the growing tech sector who are now grappling with a complex and uncertain political and economic landscape. In this week's blog, we explore the potential opportunities Brexit brings to the legal tech industry.
The California Consumer Privacy Act creates new consumer rights relating to the access to, deletion of, and sharing of personal information that is collected by businesses. With the inevitable rise of Data Subject Access Requests (DSARs), implementing an effective tech solution is crucial for business survival.
This week, 3,000 of the world's biggest leaders, business figures and academics gathered for the World Economic Forum 2020. As a 'Technology Pioneer', Luminance's innovative technology is paving the way for a technological transformation in the legal profession. In this blog, Luminance's CEO, Emily Foges, reflects on what this means for advisors in their everyday practice.
This week, Luminance released it's recent video case study with the top-tier law firm, Bird & Bird, showing how legal AI truly transforms the review process. By supercharging lawyers in their review, legal AI brings new opportunities and possibilities for advisors.
Just as investment and adoption in legal tech has hit record numbers, last week the BBC released a report suggesting that we could be on the brink of an ‘AI Winter’. In this week’s blog, we explore why Luminance’s ground-breaking platform calls this into question.
Embracing legal AI allows advisors to cut out the tedious, less meaningful drudge work and focus on what matters. This empowers advisors to excel in their legal career by delivering results with unparalleled speed and insight.
Legal AI is transforming the way lawyers conduct document review. At the same time, question marks are looming over whether we can really 'trust' AI. With true machine learning technology, advisors will never relinquish control to a machine.
In 2019, Luminance has been pivotal to the legal tech revolution, driving innovation and accelerating legal processes. In this week's blog, we look at how Luminance's cutting-edge technology solution is shaping the legal sector, now and in the future.
The billable hour is a business model which has shaped law firms for many years. With the advent of ground-breaking machine learning, law firms no longer have to adopt a framework which unnecessarily constricts the way lawyers work and threatens an industry with legal burnout.
In this week's blog, we look at why legal technology is essential in preparing for a new wave of young lawyers. 'Generation Z' bring with them new expectations and new demands. Harnessing a tool that makes their work more efficient, more informed and more effective is a no brainer.