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Blue J and Gowling WLG, a leading international law firm, announced a new collaboration that has led to an advanced search tool for worldwide legal resources related to the interpretation of “principal purpose” in domestic legislation and treaties.
Blue J Legal and Felesky Flynn LLP announced today an innovative partnership that has led to dynamic guided analysis tools for subsection 55(2) and paragraph 55(3)(a) of the Income Tax Act ("ITA").
Blue J is proud to be featured as one of the Top Legal Tech Startups by Tracxn its Emerging Startups 2020 list.
Blue J's free COVID-19 tools help individuals and organizations identify the available relief programs and credits for which they may be eligible.
We’re excited to announce the launch of a new and improved product suite: Blue J Tax (formerly Tax Foresight) Blue J L&E (formerly Employment Foresight) Blue J HR (formerly HR Foresight) Inspired by input from leading tax, labour and ...
Blue J is proud to be part of the newly-launched MaRs Momentum program. The initiative will support Canadian ventures with the aim of accelerating each toward $100 million in revenues within 5 years.
Innovative Partnership Applies Cutting-Edge Predictive Technology to Employment Litigation.
Watch Benjamin Alarie, co-founder and CEO of Blue J Legal, discuss the expanding role of artificial intelligence in tax with contributing editor at Tax Notes Federal Benjamin Willis.
CIBC Innovation Banking announces $2 million growth capital financing for Toronto-based Blue J Legal (“Blue J”), a machine learning and AI-powered predictive legal software platform that specializes in North American tax law and Canadian ...
First of its kind initiative aims to prepare graduate students for careers in tax law where AI will be integral to the decision-making process.
The federal Justice Department is applying Blue J Legal’s AI platform to conduct research for and forecast the outcomes of labour and employment cases within the public service.
“It’s not just about speeding up [analysis] that would otherwise happen,” says Benjamin Alarie, co-founder and CEO of Blue J Legal and Osler Chair of Business Law at the University of Toronto.