Law Firm Cartwright Pescatore Chooses expert.ai

15 April 2021

The law firm has chosen expert.ai’s natural language technology to automate the reading and comparison of text and documents with the utmost accuracy, saving time and improving efficiency

The Cartwright Pescatore law firm has made an important investment in artificial intelligence by choosing expert.ai’s natural language understanding and natural language processing capabilities for simplifying and speeding up the analysis and classification of legal documents, acts, contracts and other types of legislative texts.

Expert.ai artificial intelligence applied to text and language understanding offers a concrete and immediate advantage: by automating the reading, retrieval and comparison of documents with the highest accuracy, it guarantees significant time savings, increased efficiency and augmented human capabilities.

With artificial intelligence managing routine activities and processes, lawyers and other professionals can focus their unique skills on higher value-added activities, enabling them to scale the identification, extraction and aggregation of even very specific information, such as contract clauses, from huge quantities of texts.

“The legal profession is evolving in such a rapid way that that firms must invest in both the people and tools that make the sharing of knowledge and know-how between individuals more efficient in order to provide better, more timely services to clients, especially those in commercial and international sectors”, said Simon Cartwright and Giacomo Pescatore, founding partners of the law firm. “The process of selecting artificial intelligence technology led us to evaluate the main services available on the market, and we were pleased to find the most advanced product for our needs in expert.ai.”

Stefano Spaggiari, Founder and Executive Chairman of expert.ai, said: “In Cartwright Pescatore, we have a partner with a shared vision of digital transformation as a strategic lever for development and competitiveness, and we are honored by the trust they have shown in us. The legal world is still at the forefront of a revolution that is progressively using Natural Language Understanding technology to analyze legal texts to support specific areas, such as e-discovery, legal research, legal analytics and other use cases where artificial intelligence can make a significant contribution.”

Cartwright – Pescatore stems from many years of experience in the field of both domestic and international commercial law and the firm provides advice and assistance in non-contentious matters (contracts, opinions, mergers and acquisitions) and in contentious matters (prevention of disputes and management of cases before the courts and arbitration bodies). Thanks to an in-house team of mother tongue lawyers in the various offices in Italy and a consolidated network of foreign law firms with whom the firm regularly works, Cartwright Pescatore operates in Italy and abroad, assisting its clients in all stages of the life of a business: from incorporation and structuring of companies, groups and commercial networks to the drafting and negotiating of contracts, commercial and corporate contentious matters, intellectual property law, unfair competition, liability for defective products, insolvency procedures and recovery of debt (in particular with an international element).Particular attention is paid to pre-litigation management, which is essential in order to avoid or better prepare possible legal proceedings. In carrying out the above services, the firm distinguishes itself in looking for innovative but concrete solutions, aimed at providing an efficient and timely service so as to maximise the benefits for its clients. For more information, visit https://www.becp.eu/

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