Introducing the Permanent Establishment Classifier

September 10, 2018 | Rory McCreight

We are excited to introduce Tax Foresight’s latest classifier: Permanent Establishment.

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A Financial Advisory Leader Reveals Why AI is Critical to Innovation

September 7, 2018 | David Silverberg
Jenna Schwartz, Senior Manager at Richter, explains how AI-based technologies such as Blue J Legal’s Tax Foresight are helping fortify Richter’s position as a leading business advisory firm.
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One of Canada's Leading Tax Lawyers Shares His Thoughts on Applying AI to the Law

August 29, 2018 | Lisa Cumming

David Chodikoff, a tax litigation lawyer at Miller Thomson, spoke with Blue J Legal about how innovation in the practice of law, such as adopting new technologies like Blue J Legal’s Tax Foresight, is key to staying ahead of the curve.

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The Path to the Legal Singularity

August 24, 2018 | Lisa Cumming

This is Part One of a new series based on the TEDx talk, Transcending Books: What’s Next For Law and Society, given by Blue J Legal's CEO, Benjamin Alarie. 

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Report Reveals Lawyers Are Missing Out on Billable Hours. Here’s How Technology Can Help.

August 2, 2018 | Lisa Cumming

A report looking closely at the legal industry found that legal professionals, on average, are missing out on about six hours of billable time every day.

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How AI is helping, not replacing, professionals

July 20, 2018 | Lisa Cumming

This week’s blog post centres on a question in BJL’s FAQ section:

Q: Why would a client pay me to use this system when they could pay for access themselves and get their own answers?

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Top 4 Takeaways from Altman Weil’s Annual Survey

July 10, 2018 | Lisa Cumming

Altman Weil, Inc. has released their Law Firms in Transition survey for 2018, and it offers a number of insights about why law firms have been slow to incorporate new technology into their practices.

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After VisiCalc revolutionized accounting in the 70s, AI is the next big breakthrough

June 22, 2018 | Lisa Cumming

40 years ago, a $99 piece of software transformed the accounting profession. VisiCalc, developed by Harvard business student Dan Bricklin, was the first affordable and interactive electronic spreadsheet.

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How AI is helping small and medium-sized law firms stay ahead of the curve

June 15, 2018 | Lisa Cumming

According to the Federation of Law Societies Canada, in 2016, there were 8,360 small and medium-sized law firms in Canada.

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Supercharging the Law: What the Era of Artificial Intelligence Means for Lawyers

April 9, 2018 | Daniel Beaudin-Hall

In 2018, it seems like every week an article is published on advances in artificial intelligence (AI) and the drastic social and economic changes it’s expected to bring. From the rise of voice-activated home assistants to algorithms that can...

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