1. 5 startups whose ‘law bots’ find missing Oxford commas

    5 startups whose ‘law bots’ find missing Oxford commas

    Gedalyah Reback 45 mins ago The transatlantic debate over the final comma in a series — the so-called Oxford Comma — may have reached a decisive conclusion last week when a US judge cited the absence of the comma in a law governing overtime laws in the state of Maine as reason to find a case in favor of workers at Oakhurst Dairy who were suing for compensation. Just to review for non-native English speakers and for Americans, the comma is innocuous.

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    1. Lawyers spend too much of their precious time on contract reviews.
    2. AI won't replace lawyers, but can it make law fun again?
    3. This will transform document analysis and enhance the entire transaction process for law firms and their clients.
    4. In such things as retail finance, but also housing, car rentals and so on, where people sign contracts, they are surprised by things later on. I think it's bad for the individuals but it's also bad for the business that they engage with.
    5. GDPR compliance is of universal importance as it will apply to any organisation that control and process data concerning EU citizens.
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