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Start-up uses AI to make contracts “easy for consumers to understand”

A service that aims to use artificial intelligence to make legal contracts readily understandable by consumers is the latest of our lawtech start-up profiles. We investigate six-month-old Nift, which is already employed by some big-name companies.

February 13th, 2017 | No Comments »

Exclusive: AI tax law forecasting app sets sights on UK market

An artificial intelligence (AI) lawtech start-up which claims its product can predict how courts will rule in tax cases with 90% accuracy, in on course to expand into this country. The Canadian company hopes to exploit the similarity of the tax systems in Canada and England and Wales.

January 23rd, 2017 | No Comments »

Online wills venture with big-name backing stakes everything on simplicity

Online wills start-up Farewill hopes to motivate people to make wills by attracting them with simplicity and branded design rather than extensive add-ons. The founders of property website Zoopla and short-term loans business Wonga, together with the tech investment arm of advertising agency M&C Saatchi Plc, have backed the venture.

January 10th, 2017 | 1 Comment »

Lawtech start-up attempts to automate small claims

In the first of a new series of features profiling lawtech start-ups, we investigate Weclaim.com, a business working to use technology to automate small claims on a ‘no win, no fee’ basis, and eventually expects claims to be resolved without human involvement.

November 21st, 2016 | No Comments »