Sept. 21, 2023 – Today at TechLaw.Fest, Rajah & Tann Technologies (“RTTech”) announced a strategic partnership with Gracenote, an AI-driven regulatory compliance and ESG management startup. The partnership will accelerate the adoption of legal generative AI across legal, risk and compliance domains, optimising legal operations for Rajah & Tann Asia and corporate legal departments in Asia and beyond.
Gracenote is a legal generative AI startup co-founded by Dan Hunter, a lawyer, researcher, and academic with over 30 years of expertise in law and AI. As Executive Dean of The Dickson Poon School of Law at King’s College London, Dan brings Gracenote the academic lineage needed to pioneer research and development in the legal generative AI space.
As a member of the Rajah & Tann Asia network, RTTech focuses on providing technology-based solutions tailored to legal services, regulatory compliance and digital risk management. The partnership will deliver several benefits, including:
Transforming legal knowledge management utilising generative AI technology to support human-led, AI-enabled legal summarisation and classification.
Optimising product development by focusing on in-house legal operations.
Scaling up the range and scope of the analysis of regulatory developments across the Southeast Asia region. The collaboration between lawyers within the Rajah & Tann Asia network and Gracenote will create custom, market-adapted products and services to tackle regional challenges such as handling language diversity, and tracking the frequent regulatory changes taking place in all sectors across Asia.
Dan Hunter, Gracenote Co-Founder and Executive Chair, said:
“We are thrilled to be working with RTTech and Rajah & Tann Asia. Together, using our generative AI technology, we can solve some of the hardest compliance and regulation pain points for GCs and legal departments across SE Asia. The partnership promises to radically change the way that regulatory compliance is done in the region.”
Raymond Lum, Rajah & Tann Technologies Group CEO, said:
“We are excited to announce our partnership with Gracenote to provide legal generative AI solutions. At RTTech, we are committed to exploring new technologies that can help us push the envelope and deliver better value propositions to our clients. Our partnership with Gracenote is a testament to our unwavering commitment to innovation and cutting-edge technology, and we look forward to the possibilities that this collaboration will bring to transform the regulatory compliance advisory and operations.”
Gracenote is a legal generative AI startup co-founded by Dan Hunter, a lawyer and academic with over 30 years of expertise in law and AI. Gracenote simplifies complex regulatory landscapes into clear navigable paths, enabling businesses to stay compliant, reduce risk, and focus on making a positive impact.
About Rajah & Tann Technologies
Incorporated in 2017, RTTech is redefining legal services through technology and innovation. It offers multidisciplinary tech-enabled legal solutions in digital evidence management, eDiscovery & investigation services, cybersecurity, content development & learning services, risk management and automation solutions.
RTTech is part of the Rajah & Tann Asia legal network, which is spread out over 10 countries in the ASEAN and beyond.
For more information, visit their website at https://www.rttechlaw.com.
About Rajah & Tann Asia
Rajah & Tann Asia brings together leading law firms and lawyers in Cambodia, China, Indonesia, Lao PDR, Malaysia, Myanmar, Singapore, Thailand, the Philippines and Vietnam, with each offering the highest standards of service to locally-based clients while collectively having the capability to handle the most complex regional and cross-border transactions and to provide excellent legal counsel seamlessly across the region. With 970 fee earners, all working towards one shared goal, we are lawyers who know Asia and who give our clients home advantage.