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eBrevia enables companies to quickly gain insights into their legal documents. Our artificial intelligence makes contract review more accurate, efficient and cost effective.

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eBrevia is commercializing artificial intelligence technology developed at Columbia University to assist corporate attorneys, in-house counsel, and business executives in performing a variety of tasks more efficiently, accurately, and cost effectively. Using machine learning techniques, the company’s software can extract and summarize legal provisions from a wide array of legal documents. The company’s products have applications for due diligence, document management, and document drafting. eBrevia was selected as one of four national winners in the Startup America DEMO Competition and designated by as having one of the top ten enterprise products at the DEMO conference. The company also received the Most Promising Software Product of the Year award from the Connecticut Technology Council.

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United States
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North America / Europe / Australasia
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