DiligenceEngine was mentioned in Susan Beck's recent piece "Emerging Technology Shapes Future of Law" in The American Lawyer. Michael Mills of Neota Logic, one of our favorite legal tech company founders (and a former partner at Mayer Brown, as well onetime as Chief Knowledge Officer and co-head of technology at Davis Polk), said:
"We're one piece of a very large innovation landscape," says Mills. He mentions several other companies using advanced technology in the legal field. Three companies—DiligenceEngine Inc., KMStandards and Exemplify—use machines to draft or review contracts. Ravel Law and Fastcase are trying to redefine legal research at cheaper prices, and Modria.com Inc. offers online dispute resolution.
While our contract review software is quite different from what the other companies mentioned here offer, all of us are driving towards helping people better solve legal problems assisted by technology.