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Fueling the Future: CaseMark Raises $1.7M to Empower Attorneys with AI
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Fueling the Future: CaseMark Raises $1.7M to Empower Attorneys with AI

Founded on June 1, 2023, CaseMark emerged from our journey in AI and legal tech. Inspired by my wife Sarah's initial skepticism of AI tools, we developed a groundbreaking deposition summary workflow by December 2023. Our launch received positive feedback, leading to rapid traction and growth. With Gradient Ventures and key investors on board, we're excited to introduce our new Page-Line Deposition Summary powered by GPT-4o.

Scott Kveton
Partnering for the Long-Haul
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Partnering for the Long-Haul

Discover how CaseMark's innovative AI solutions are revolutionizing the legal industry, offering more than just simple fixes. Dive into our journey from enabling mobile tech giants like Starbucks to empowering legal firms to embrace AI for future success. Join us as we explore the transformative power of strong partnerships and cutting-edge technology in driving significant industry advancements.

Scott Kveton
Navigating the Future of Legal AI: The USPTO's Recent Take on Prompting as Intellectual Property
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Navigating the Future of Legal AI: The USPTO's Recent Take on Prompting as Intellectual Property

The US Patent Office recently published guidance on AI and inventorship, highlighting the role of prompting contributions as potential IP. At CaseMark, we're at the forefront, leveraging AI prompting strategies to revolutionize legal practices. Explore how our commitment to innovation and security is shaping the future of legal technology, empowering legal professionals in the AI era.

Scott Kveton
Introducing CaseMark Workflow API: Transforming Legaltech with AI Integration
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Introducing CaseMark Workflow API: Transforming Legaltech with AI Integration

Discover how the CaseMark Workflow API is reshaping the legaltech landscape, offering unparalleled AI-powered efficiency and integration capabilities for legal software companies.

Scott Kveton
Federal Judiciary 2023 Report: The Intersection of AI and Law
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Federal Judiciary 2023 Report: The Intersection of AI and Law

Explore how the 2023 Federal Judiciary Report intersects with AI's role in legal innovation, and discover CaseMark AI's pioneering approach to reshaping the legal landscape through advanced AI solutions.

Scott Kveton
2024: Prompting the Power of Prose
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2024: Prompting the Power of Prose

Embrace 2024 with CaseMark's groundbreaking AI innovations in legal tech. Our journey with AI prompting is set to transform legal practices globally. Stay tuned for our exciting new features and join our growing team. Discover how we're shaping the future of law with AI!

Scott Kveton
The CaseMark Difference: Steering Steady Through AI Uncertainty
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The CaseMark Difference: Steering Steady Through AI Uncertainty

Discover how CaseMark's unique approach and strategic partnership with Microsoft Azure equip legal professionals to confidently navigate the shifting terrain of AI technology, ensuring uninterrupted, cutting-edge service amidst industry upheavals.

Scott Kveton
Adapting to AI: CaseMark's Perspective on OpenAI's DevDay on Legal Technology
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Adapting to AI: CaseMark's Perspective on OpenAI's DevDay on Legal Technology

In the wake of OpenAI DevDay, we at CaseMark are excitedly integrating GPT-4-turbo & GPTs into our legal tech solutions, aiming to leapfrog industry standards. However, our initial tests reveal both the immense potential and the current limitations of these AI advancements in handling complex legal tasks.

Scott Kveton
Why The Legal Industry Should Embrace AI
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Why The Legal Industry Should Embrace AI

With the rise of generative AI solutions, there is growing concern that these technologies will replace human workers in white-collar, information-based jobs.

Scott Kveton
AI in Law: Enhancing Old Ways, Not Replacing Them
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AI in Law: Enhancing Old Ways, Not Replacing Them

Navigating the crossroads of technology and law, the true potential of AI lies not in replacing legal professionals, but in refining their age-old workflows. As generative AI tools like ChatGPT emerge, the emphasis shifts to enhancing traditional processes, allowing attorneys to work more efficiently without upending established routines.

Scott Kveton