American LegalNet, the leading provider of innovative litigation workflow management technologies and trusted partner to over half of the AmLaw 100, and ZERØ, provider of the legal industry’s most innovative artificial intelligence email management technology, launched a new integrated solution that automates the filing of litigation-related emails and documents and intelligently directs them into a law firm’s DMS.
The partnership enables ALN and ZERØ to integrate their products, combining ZERØ’s artificial intelligence capabilities with ALN’s premier calendaring and docketing platform eDockets and its AutoDocket Pro™ feature. This integration will reduce the risks associated with the traditionally time-consuming task of manually sorting and filing large volumes of information. The integration will be showcased in ALN’s Booth #209 at ILTACON.
“Docket management is one of the more important, but often overlooked, aspects of both the practice and business of law frequently left to overworked docket managers or paralegals in the back office,” said ALN President and CEO Erez Bustan. “Mismanaging docketing causes harm to cases and clients on a regular basis, opening firms to immense financial and reputational risk. Our vision is to provide an intelligent end-to-end single litigation workflow platform designed to reduce risk, promote efficiency and provide more security. That’s why we’re automating processes with advanced technologies like ZERØ’s. We believe our clients will experience all of these benefits through this new integration.”
Built on the latest technology, ALN’s eDockets platform centralizes the docketing process, providing the latest updated court rules and filing requirements to simplify filing and management processes. ZERØ applies intelligent automation, on either mobile or desktop devices, to predict filing destinations for emails to ensure that they land into the correct client/matter folder in the DMS. ALN and ZERØ’s partnership creates the first AI-driven solution that will allow law firms to further reduce non-billable, labor-intensive end-to-end workflows by managing manual administrative tasks with AI. In addition, law firms and other end users will experience improved records operation and management in their ability to find the most current version of pleadings in their DMS on demand.