Startup Predictice announces its new partnership with Bonn Steichen & Partners to simplify how legal information is search for and analyzed.
by: Silicon Luxembourg
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Today, lawyers have to be increasingly responsive to their clients’ requests and specialized in an multiple fields, against a background of inflation of legal information and documentation. It is not only essential to be able to access the available and relevant legal literature, but also to be able to process it reliably and quickly. This is a challenge for the profession, which the Dispute Resolution, Employment, Compensation & Benefits and Data Protection & Privacy teams at BSP have decided to overcome by joining forces with Predictice.
“The legal profession has already been impacted by technology and its evolution. We are delighted with this collaboration which, we are convinced, will be extremely interesting and enriching. It will enable us to continue to provide our clients with the best service using state-of-the-art tools,” says Fabio Trevisan, Partner of BSP Dispute Resolution.
“We are determined to build the best legal information research and analysis tool in close collaboration with top Luxembourgish legal firms.”
Over the next twelve months, the Predictice teams, as well as some twenty lawyers and documentation managers from the law firm BSP will work closely together. Several exchanges are planned to identify next steps and imagine the functionalities of tomorrow required for the research and analysis of legal information.
Through this alliance, BSP aims to not only reinforce its positioning as a firm at the cusp of cutting edge technology, but also to anticipate the use of future technological means to guarantee the excellence of its services. For Predictice, the objective remains the same: to become an even more efficient tool for the largest law firms.
“I am pleased that BSP has decided to join us. We are determined to build the best legal information research and analysis tool in close collaboration with top Luxembourgish legal firms,” concludes Louis Larret-Chahine, co-founder of Predictice.
The French startup entered into its first partnership a few months ago with the Luxembourgish law firm Arendt & Merdernach (check out our article “Search And Analyze Legal Information Through AI With Predictice”).