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Six Steps to an Efficient Litigation Workflow

Whether initiating litigation or responding to a complaint, technology can improve a litigator’s efficiency. These are the six steps to success.

Prepare Drafts With Precision and Confidence Using AI-Powered Draft Analyzer

Learn how Bloomberg Law’s new Draft Analyzer tool can help lawyers at all levels work through the drafting process with more efficiency and confidence.

Artificial Intelligence for Lawyers Explained

Learn how the legal industry is incorporating cutting-edge artificial intelligence and machine learning technology into daily practice.

Give Your Legal Brief a Competitive Advantage

Bloomberg Law’s Brief Analyzer dissects briefs, finds related content, and accelerates legal research through innovative focus at every stage.

Litigators Sound Off on Their Most Time-Consuming Task

In today’s litigation environment, the smallest legal nuance can tip the scales. These stakes necessitate looking beyond traditional legal research methods.

Regulation and Legislation Lag Behind Constantly Evolving Technology

The technology landscape is evolving so quickly that governments are struggling to implement effective laws to protect consumers and ensure data is being used in reasonable ways.

Eric Hartline Q&A

Find out what to do first if your organization is under government investigation from Eric Hartline, counsel at The Guardian Life Insurance Company.

Molly Huie and Meg McEvoy Q&A

Molly Huie, Bloomberg Law’s Data & Surveys Team Lead, and Meg McEvoy, Legal Analyst, discuss a few key findings from Bloomberg Law’s recent Legal Operations & Technology survey.