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In Possible U.S. First, Law Firm Will Sell AI Software to its Clients
by Robert Ambrogi from LawSites Blog
In what is said to be a first for a U.S. law firm, a Pennsylvania law firm will sell artificial intelligence software directly to its clients in the health care industry to enable them to better review, analyze and negotiate contracts.
The Pittsburgh-based law firm Horty Springer is partnering with the AI software company LegalSifter to offer the product directly to hospitals and health systems. Initially it will allow clients to review business associate agreements required by HIPAA privacy regulations.
This will be the first time that a U.S. law firm will offer AI as a product directly to its clients, LegalSifter says. I was not able to find any evidence to the contrary.
Clients who purchase the software will be able to upload a draft contract into LegalSifter. The software uses AI to read and learn from text and search for specific concepts. After analyzing the contract, LegalSifter will present in-context comments written by Horty Springer lawyers ... More
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