14 April 2021

Artificial Intelligence in law firms. Simmons Simmons case


Simmons & Simmons has recently announced the launch of Rocketeer, a platform specialised in the field of the trademark registration market and which is built on artificial intelligence

It is a tool that will revolutionise the field of intellectual property in the legal sector.

Rocketeer collects the most relevant data from more than 10,000 court cases related to the registration of trademarks within the European Union. This tool enables lawyers to make their decisions with data-driven and comparative information support.

It is no mystery that artificial intelligence is making inroads into law firms, providing detailed analysis for each lawyer to best approach the case they are working on. In addition to expanding lawyers' working capabilities, AI increases speed and accuracy.  

“I am proud to launch Rocketeer. Not only is our AI able to perform faster and more accurately than a human alone, but it enables lawyers to give advice to a level of depth and breadth that simply wouldn’t be possible otherwise. The value proposition is clear.”, said IP partner Darren Meale.

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