Discover Insights

Add Your Heading Text Here

A Sea Change for Trade Secret Protection? The Potential Noncompete Ban, Employee Departures, and Digital Forensics

[LegalTech News] UnitedLex Innovators Discuss Evolution of LegalTech as Vantage Intelligence Repository (VIR) Wins Legalweek Award

Published:

In an recent Law.com article, UnitedLex Chief Product and Innovation Office, Aaron Crews and Vice President, Analytics & AI, Cory Osher discussed their thoughts on developments in legal technology, challenges in the industry and how UnitedLex is positioning itself to develop market-leading solutions. The company’s Vantage Intelligence Repository (VIR) won the litigation technology category in the prestigious Legalweek 2024 Leaders in Tech Law Awards.

In her article, Stephanie Wilkins, Editor-in-Chief of Legaltech News, discusses considerations around selecting VIR as the winner for this award, including helping practitioners identify patterns from previous decisions to develop data-driven legal strategies.

Asked about what makes him most proud of the award submission, Osher says, “Vantage Intelligence Repository changes the game with a turnkey way to catalog and recall work product to boost efficiency and provide data-driven insights.”

While Crews adds how VIR is an example of UnitedLex creating in-demand solutions – recently launching and funding $10 million towards its Innovation Center. Crews says, “Often, when one client has a problem, many others face the same challenge. Spend the time and the money to get a clear understanding of that problem and explore many ideas to identify the best long-term solution.”

Read the full article here

Related Content

[Law 360] UnitedLex CEO James Schellhase Explains Company Vision

Pamela Gage Joins UnitedLex as Chief People Officer 

New UnitedLex Survey Reveals 92% of In-house Legal Teams and 84% of Law Firms are Prioritizing Litigation Modernization Efforts  

[ABA Journal] Where law firms and legal departments are succeeding with innovation

Survey Report - Priorities for Litigators in 2024