New York, NY (PRWEB) July 22, 2014
Neota Logic Inc. co-founder John Lord was selected as one of the 2014 Fastcase 50, which honors “the fifty most interesting, provocative, and courageous leaders in the world of law, scholarship, and legal technology.”
Mr. Lord was cited for “leading the pack of innovators at Neota Logic,” for being “instrumental in providing vision and building platforms that advance the law,” and for Neota Logic’s collaborations with the Legal Services Corporation, Plexus, Littler Mendelson, SeyfarthLean and Georgetown Law School.
Fastcase, an innovator in online legal research, sought nominations across the profession and selected “the law’s smartest, most courageous innovators, techies, visionaries, and leaders.” A list of the honorees is here.
“I am honored to be in such creative company,” said Lord. “Neota Logic’s innovative technology provides our clients with automated, scalable outcomes to reduce risk, increase efficiency, lower costs and ensure compliance – which produces better business results. Using the Neota Logic platform, our clients are enabled to provide unique expert legal advisory and document creation solutions.”
After 4 years of the Fastcase 50, Neota Logic’s blog, Expert Thinking, takes a fresh look back at the four classes of honorees.
Michael Mills, Neota Logic’s President and Chief Strategy Officer, was selected as one of the Fastcase 50 in 2012.
Neota Logic recently announced a strategic alliance with Huron Legal to support the launch of kCreate™, their expanded contract creation tool.
About Neota Logic
Neota Logic is the creator of a unique expert systems platform combining hybrid reasoning, document automation and process control in a single system enabling complex interactive applications to be built, maintained and deployed by people who are not programmers. Neota Logic applications provide automated, scalable outcomes in an operationally useful form to increase efficiency, reduce risk, ensure compliance and reduce costs. For more information, go to neotalogic.com