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42DBS participates in the “Think Tank Legal Tech”

The initiative, founded by the Bavarian Ministry of Justice, sees itself as an interdisciplinary discussion platform, which deals with the digitization and transformation of the legal system. We look forward to the exchange of ideas and dedicated discussions on the future of justice on 19.10 and on 09.11.2018. More information about the series of events […]

Visit us on 15.10. on the MLTech Speaker Series of the LMU

At the “Liquid Legal – Digital Transformation of the Legal Market” you can expect an exciting evening with experts from the field of Legal Tech. Our business developer Anselm Appel will introduce ShakeSpeare Legal Software there. The event will take place on 15.10.2018 at 18:00 in room W 201 in the LMU tower. For more […]

42DBS at Start-up Night and Bits & Pretzels

The Oktoberfest is also the time of start-ups and innovative companies in Munich. 42DBS was invited to the start-up night of BAYME vbw (Employers’ Association of the Bavarian Metal and Electrical Industry). In front of a jury of finance and economics experts, our business developer Anselm Appel was able to pitch our ShakeSpeare software. As […]

Legal Tech in Large law firms at Hogan Lovells Munich, Germany

Yesterday we were invited by Munich Legal Tech Student Association e.V. to Hogan Lovells offices in Munich to an event “Legal Tech in Großkanzleien” (Legal Tech in Large law firms) where partners from Hogan Lovells presented to IT and Law students and other interested parties the various legal-tech solutions that they use in their daily […]

How Legal Tech-Startups work and what can Law Firms learn from them

Our article was published on the web page http://www.legal-tech.de   on the topic “How Legal Tech-Startups work and what can Law Firms learn from them”. This article describes with which technologies Legal Tech Startups work and what can Law Firms and Legal departments learn from them. You can read the article here (in German): https://www.legal-tech.de/wie-legal-tech-startups-arbeiten-und-was-kanzleien-von-ihnen-lernen-koennen/