Atlante develops Lyra to put AI at the service of justice

Atlante has just developed its own ecosystem, Lyra, with the aim of promoting digital transformation of justice. After its implementation in 2016 and until today, legaltech contributes to break the slowness of the courts and puts its AI at the service of efficiency for its customers.

2022 aims to become the year of the real digitization of justice thanks to European funds, and the great challenge will be to integrate the interoperability of procedural management systems with data-based decisions.

In order to optimally manage judicial procedures and become an ally in the digitization of the administration of justice, Atlante relies on its technological DNA based on AI and machine learning: since the implementation of Lyra, the company has processed more than eight million legal documentswhich translate into more automated, organized and homogeneous data, key to optimized management and reduction of human error.

Since the launch of the company’s AI ecosystem, it has accumulated more than 450,000 management files, processing 150,000 demands in 2021 alone, registering a volume of more than 16,000 daily notifications and 8 million documents. The guarantee that Atlante has to justify the success of combining the high training of its professionals and its Lyra ecosystem is the fact that it has retained 100% of its clients since it began its activity in 2015.

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Thanks to the fast and efficient management of thousands of daily notifications Through maching learning and AI, direct connectivity with Lexnet, automatic tracking of thousands of bank consignment accounts, management of thousands of files, and the sending of hundreds of daily packages with documentation to the courts, among other functions, Atlante is positioned as vanguard ally in the digital transformation of justice in a year that is especially crucial for said process.

The justice plan 2030, which encompasses the law on digital efficiency of the public service of justice, judicial legislative analysis, and telematic actions, establishes a regulatory framework for digitization in the public service of Justice to which Atlante contributes as a legaltech company in the modernization of the administration of justice . In said plan, and in line with the company’s action framework, the judicial aspects that have been automated are judicial notifications, which in Spain represent a large workload.

The different milestones of the judicial processes are perfectly defined: on the one hand, through judicial notifications and on the other, through the writings and documents to be presented to the court. Thanks to his technological tool, Atlante is able to reconcile with the administration of justice in streamlining said processes.

In the wake of the most developed countries in digitization

In a key year for digital transformation, Spain looks in the mirror of other countries that have an unusual development in this area. One case within the EU is Estonia, which is betting on design a robot AI to deal with the huge backlog of legal disputes in court, at least when it comes to small claims. The robot judge will be able, thanks to his artificial intelligence, to analyze thousands of legal documents and other relevant information and make a prior decision. However, it will always be a judge who has to review all these decisions.

In the American continent, the advances in digitization in Canada and the United States stand out. In the Canadian case, an app has been developed that is capable of resolving digitally and with full attention, a wide variety of conflicts quickly and agilely, promoting alternative conflict resolution and making it possible to limit the saturation of the courts.

In the case of its American neighbour, Stanford University is promoting various justice digitization projects, including the so-called “Wise Messenger” which allows for the automation and standardization of notifications from courts and lawyers to their clients.

In the Spanish case, Atlante is one of the legaltech companies that unequivocally promote the digitization of justice through its position as a relevant external actor that takes the management of relevant data generated in a court to the next level.

Smart management thanks to automation and simplification

Lyra started in 2016 as a project to cover the need for simplify documentation which is processed through the LEXNET application of the Ministry of Justice. Prior to its implementation by Atlante, the attorney received a notification via email, downloaded the document and subsequently accessed the office’s management program to transcribe the data, making this process very slow and inefficient.

The information comes from the platform of the Lexnet court, where the prosecutor can enter by providing the corresponding digital documentation, and which can be accessed to consult the notifications that have been received. These notifications are dumped into the Lyra software so that Atlante professionals can extract and manage the important data contained in them.

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