Application on Argumentation – new blog post on Legalaiblog.com

“Arguments, those are found in judicial decisions and case files can often be rather complex so that understanding the link of relationships becomes difficult. There is a strong potential for computers to provide a means of addressing this problem, and the development of argument structuring systems might help”. The article about AI and law was written and contributed by Sadia Sharmin, founder of CloudOnex, read it here.

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Experienced privacy-professional joins Synch in Stockholm

December 20, 2018

Gunilla Modén will strengthen Synch’s offerings in particular, in GDPR and other privacy-related legal services.

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Synch is the first law firm offering Digital Witnesses through blockchain technology

December 17, 2018

The service is integrated into Synch’s digital platform, WeSynch, and provides evidence binders for showing track records.

Blog Posts

START-UP: Save the complex legal issues for later

December 17, 2018

Synch’s Katrine Madsen, who is advisor for start-up companies, gives some advice on which legal issues start-up companies should consider on an early stage.

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Viveca Fallenius appointed Legal Futurist

December 7, 2018

We have designed this role, the first one of its kind, focused on value-driven innovation to support a long term growth of Synch.

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Synch has assisted Insurehelp

December 6, 2018

Synch’s Morten Bøgenskjold has adviced InsureHelp with company purchase and the establishment of their business.

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SYNCH STRENGTHENS THE TEAM IN COPENHAGEN

December 4, 2018

We are excited to announce that Tobias Kisum has joined the Synch team in Copenhagen.