Neota Logic Technology Platform Powers Law Firms to Recognition at Financial Times Innovative Lawyers Awards

Neota Logic Technology Platform Powers Law Firms to Recognition at Financial Times Innovative Lawyers Awards

Littler Mendelson wins “Compliance and Technology” category, Akerman honored in “Forward Thinking” category for Innovation in the Business of Law

New York, NY – January 26, 2016 – Neota Logic, the provider of a leading Intelligent software platform for the automation of expertise and business processes, served as the technology partner to two leading law firms that were recognized recently at the Financial Times 2015 North America Innovative Lawyers awards.

At the event, which was held last month in New York, Littler Mendelson was recognized as the top-ranked law firm in the “Compliance and Technology” category for its ComplianceHR offering. A joint venture between Littler and Neota Logic, ComplianceHR is a Web-based platform that offers employers concise, instantaneous guidance to make critical employment decisions, such as engaging independent contractors or determining overtime exempt status.

Akerman was recognized among nine firms in the “Forward Thinking” category for establishing the Akerman R&D Council, the legal industry’s first R&D co-venture with clients. The firm most recently premiered Akerman Data Law Center, an automated inventory of data privacy and security laws developed in collaboration with Thomson Reuters Legal Managed Services. Integrative reasoning technologies from Neota Logic leverage the power of artificial intelligence to deliver legal insights from Akerman lawyers to clients efficiently and cost-effectively.

“We congratulate our law firm partners on their recognition at the FT awards and for their deployment of groundbreaking legal information tools that will help transform the way companies manage their legal risks and compliance obligations,” said Matt Gillis, president of Neota Logic.
The findings and rankings of the Financial Times report were based on extensive assessments and interviews, following nominations from leading firms and in-house teams across North America. Each year the team conducts an investigation on the challenges that businesses face and how lawyers have innovated to help their clients solve them. Firms are selected following extensive independent research and direct client feedback.

For more information about the Financial Times 2015 North America Innovative Lawyers awards event, please go to https://live.ft.com/Events/2015/FT-Innovative-Lawyers-Awards-North-America-2015.

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