Neota Logic Client Simmons & Simmons Wins Most Innovative Use of Technology

Neota Logic Client Simmons & Simmons Wins Most Innovative Use of Technology
Neota Logic Client Simmons & Simmons Wins Most Innovative Use of Technology

June 28, 2018 — London– Simmons & Simmons, an international an international law firm with a sector focus and Neota Logic client, won the Most Innovative Use of Technology  award for its Disputes Aviator app this week at The Lawyer Awards 2018 in association with Travelers.

Disputes Aviator, an online tool to enable in-house lawyers to analyse factual scenarios within the framework of currently foreseeable post-Brexit legislation. It uses Neota Logic’s AI technology to automate the provision of advice and allow in-house lawyers to take into account key circumstantial factors that affect the level of risk in relation to the recognition and enforceability of English jurisdiction or governing law clauses and the enforcement of English court judgments post-Brexit. Disputes Aviator then generates a risk weighted report setting out the current and the various post-Brexit positions. Simmons plans to update it regularly to reflect legal developments, publications and commentary by key stakeholders and believes it will be relevant not only in the lead up to, but also following Brexit.

The recognition was awarded on June 26th at The Lawyer Awards 2018 in association with Travelers in London.

Find out more about Simmons & Simmons award-winning Disputes Aviator app.

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