WHITE PLAINS, NY (March 15, 2018) Jackson Lewis P.C., one of the country’s preeminent workplace law firms, is pleased to announce that it has joined forces with ROSS Intelligence, the leading artificial intelligence provider in the legal vertical. As part of Jackson Lewis’s ongoing commitment to legal technology innovation and client service, the firm will be deploying the ROSS Intelligence AI legal research solution firm-wide in 2018.
“By working with the ROSS Intelligence team, we are putting cutting-edge technology directly into the hands of our attorneys and researchers,” said Vincent A. Cino, Chairman of Jackson Lewis, who announced the initiative at the firm’s 2018 Corporate Counsel Conference. “Our relationship with ROSS Intelligence not only allows us to continue to provide excellent client service in the ever-changing business of law, but also ensures that as a firm we are fully leveraging the transformative artificial intelligence technology that is rapidly changing the knowledge economy. This will empower our attorneys to work more efficiently and effectively, enabling them to continue to provide proactive and insightful guidance in their role as trusted advisors and counsel to our clients.”
ROSS Intelligence is an artificial intelligence (AI) company founded in 2015 at the University of Toronto, the birthplace of modern AI technology. Utilizing state of the art natural language processing and machine learning technology, ROSS Intelligence creates AI systems designed to enhance an attorney’s abilities at every step of the legal research process. The relationship with ROSS Intelligence will allow Jackson Lewis to streamline legal research workflows and provide clients with more timely, accurate and pro-active advice.
“We’re thrilled to be partnering with Jackson Lewis,” said Andrew Arruda, the CEO and co-founder of ROSS Intelligence. “This firm – the first labor and employment firm to begin using AI research assistants on a large scale – is truly committed to leveraging technology across the entire work process to provide their clients with the highest value and most timely legal representation possible. We’ve been in conversation for some time prior to the recent launch of our Labor & Employment module, and we view this as just the beginning of a long and fruitful relationship. We look forward to working with the Jackson Lewis team at all levels of the organization to ensure the firm and its clients are able to benefit from practical AI applications in the legal space.”
“This is only the beginning for us,” added Cino. “We believe the pace of AI adoption will only accelerate, and our relationship with ROSS is a key step in our strategy to embed AI and machine learning into every relevant aspect of law.”
ROSS Intelligence is a founding member of the Vector Institute, the world’s foremost public-private artificial intelligence research institute which is guided by some of the best AI minds in world including deep learning pioneer Geoffrey Hinton, Richard Zemel and Raquel Urtasun. ROSS is also partnered with the world leading Alberta Machine Intelligence Institute (AMII), whose co-founder, AI-pioneer Randy Goebel, sits on the company’s advisory board.
Jackson Lewis P.C. is a law firm with more than 800 attorneys in major cities nationwide serving clients across a wide range of practices and industries. Having built its reputation on providing premier workplace law representation to management, the firm has grown to include leading practices in the areas of government relations, healthcare and sports law. The firm’s commitment to client service, depth of expertise and innovation draws clients to Jackson Lewis for excellent value-driven legal advice. Additional information about the firm can be found at jacksonlewis.com.
ROSS is an advanced legal research tool that harnesses the power of artificial intelligence to make the research process more efficient.
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