Philippe & Partners Bets On Predictive Justice With Predictice

“Philippe & Partners will benefit from the digital safe set up by Predictice, which will enable it to store all its legal information in a single, mobile and perfectly secure tool, thus combating the leakage of know-how,” explains the company .

Specialising in predictive justice, the Paris-based legaltech offers an application that simplifies the research and analysis of legal information for legal professionals.

Predictive justice consists in predicting the potential outcome of future litigation and trials, based on the history of judged cases. To do this, it analyzes large amounts of legal data, including all the case law available online. Its predictions are based on algorithms and the calculation of probabilities. As for Predictice, the startup does not specify the outcome of a dispute. Its approach is only statistical based on past litigation.

Access to all laws and decisions

The Predictice platform contains the majority of the legislative texts and court decisions available in France, Luxembourg and Europe.

Thanks to its scan functionality, lawyers can manage their own content and legal information electronically, while benefiting from direct access to decisions, legal foundations and legal texts mentioned in their own legal documents (sets of conclusions, memos, etc.).

The startup also offers its “100,000 court decisions” program, an anonymized collection of rare and unpublished first instance decisions. The tool will allow the Luxembourg law firm to store and enhance the decisions in its files, while accessing case law communicated by other users.

Founded in 2016 in Paris, Predictice employs around 30 people and has some 2,000 clients in France.

In the Grand Duchy, it serves law firms, such as Bonn Steichen and Partners, Arendt & Merdernach and insurance companies such as Foyer.

Active in Luxembourg and Belgium, with offices in Paris, London and Düsseldorf, Philippe & Partners is specialized in banking and financial law, European, Chinese and competition law, as well as in the law of authors, composers and performers.

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