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See detailArgumentation-Based Legal Requirements Engineering: The Role of Legal Interpretation in Requirements Acquisition
Muthuri, Robert; Boella, Guido; Hulstijn, Joris et al

in Requirements Engineering Conference Workshops (REW), IEEE International (2016)

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See detailEunomos, a legal document and knowledge management system for the Web to provide relevant, reliable and up-to-date information on the Law
Boella, Guido; Di Caro, Luigi; Humphreys, Llio UL et al

in Artificial Intelligence & Law (2016)

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See detailCombining Input/Output logic and Rei cation for representing real-world obligations
Robaldo, Livio UL; Humphreys, Llio UL; Sun, Xin et al

in Proceedings of the 9th International Workshop on Juris-informatic (JURISIN 2015) (2015)

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See detailMapping Recitals to Normative Provisions in EU Legislation to Assist Legal Interpretation
Humphreys, Llio UL; Santos, Cristiana; Di Caro, Luigi et al

in Proceedings of the 28th International Conference on Legal Knowledge and Information Systems (2015)

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See detailClassifying and Extracting Elements of Norms for Ontology Population using Semantic Role Labelling
Humphreys, Llio UL; Boella, Guido; Robaldo, Livio UL et al

in The 15th International Conference on Artificial Intelligence & Law — San Diego, June 8-12, 2015 (2015)

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See detailA Critical Analysis of Legal Requirements Engineering from the Perspective of Legal Practice
Boella, Guido; Humphreys, Llio UL; Muthuri, Robert UL et al

in Seventh IEEE Workshop on Requirements Engineering and Law (2014)

This paper reviews existing approaches to representing legal knowledge for legal requirements engineering. Legal requirement methodologies are rarely developed together with legal practitioners, with the ... [more ▼]

This paper reviews existing approaches to representing legal knowledge for legal requirements engineering. Legal requirement methodologies are rarely developed together with legal practitioners, with the result that often approaches are based on a simplified view of law which prevents their acceptance by legal practitioners. In this paper, we analyse how legal practitioners build legal knowledge and possibilities for existing approaches in RELaw to mirror legal practice. [less ▲]

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See detailManaging Legal Resources in Open Government and E-Democracy: Eunomos - an AI and Law Response
Boella, Guido; Muthuri, Robert UL; Humphreys, Llio UL

in Parycek, Peter; Edelmann, Noella (Eds.) CeDEM 14 Conference for E-Democracy and Open Government (2014)

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See detailIntegrating Legal-URN and Eunomos: towards a comprehensive compliance management solution
Boella, Guido; Colombo Tosatto, Silvano UL; Ghavanati, Sepideh et al

in Proceedings of AI Approaches to the Complexity of Legal Systems (AICOL 2013) (2014)

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See detailCompliance with Multiple Regulations
Ghanavati, Sepideh; Humphreys, Llio UL; Boella, Guido et al

in Conceptual Modeling, Lecture Notes in Computer Science 8824 (2014)

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See detailThe gap between legal and technical domains in norm representation
Antonini, Alessio UL; Boella, Guido; Humphreys, Llio UL et al

in New Frontiers in Artificial Intelligence (2014)

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See detailIntegrating Legal-URN and Eunomos: Towards a Comprehensive Compliance Management Solution
Boella, Guido; Tosatto, Silvano Colombo; Ghanavati, Sepideh et al

in AICOL (2013)

Business process compliance with regulations has been a topic of many research areas in Computer Science such as Requirements Engineering (RE), Artificial Intelligence (AI), Logic and Natural Language ... [more ▼]

Business process compliance with regulations has been a topic of many research areas in Computer Science such as Requirements Engineering (RE), Artificial Intelligence (AI), Logic and Natural Language Processing (NLP). This work aims to provide a systematic way of establishing and managing compliance to assist decision-making and reporting. Despite many notable advances, few systems deal adequately with legal interpretation and modeling norms in an expressive way that is well-integrated with business modeling practices. In this paper, we bring together two leading systems, Legal-URN and Eunomos, for a comprehensive compliance management solution. [less ▲]

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See detailManaging legal interpretation in regulatory compliance
Boella, Guido; Janssen, Marijn; Joris, Hulstijn et al

in XIV International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Law (2013)

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See detailEunomos, a Legal Document and Knowledge Management System to Build Legal Services
Boella, Guido; Humphreys, Llio UL; Martin, Marco et al

in Palmirani, Monica; Pagallo, Ugo; Casanovas, Pompeu (Eds.) et al AI Approaches to the Complexity of Legal Systems. Models and Ethical Challenges for Legal Systems, Legal Language and Legal Ontologies, Argumentation and Software Agents (2012)

We introduce the Eunomos software, an advanced legal document management system with terminology management. We describe the challenges of legal research in an increasingly complex, multi-level and multi ... [more ▼]

We introduce the Eunomos software, an advanced legal document management system with terminology management. We describe the challenges of legal research in an increasingly complex, multi-level and multi-lingual world and how the Eunomos software helps expert users keep track of the state of the relevant law on any given topic. We will describe in particular the editorial process for building legal knowledge. [less ▲]

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See detailNLP Challenges for Eunomos, a Tool to Build and Manage Legal Knowledge
Boella, Guido; di Caro, Luigi; Humphreys, Llio UL et al

in Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC) (2012)

In this paper, we describe how NLP can semi-automate the construction and analysis of knowledge in Eunomos, a legal knowledge management service which enables users to view legislation from various ... [more ▼]

In this paper, we describe how NLP can semi-automate the construction and analysis of knowledge in Eunomos, a legal knowledge management service which enables users to view legislation from various sources and ?nd the right de?nitions and explanations of legal concepts in a given context. NLP can semi-automate some routine tasks currently performed by knowledge engineers, such as classifying norms, or linking key terms within legislation to ontological concepts. This helps overcome the resource bottleneck problem of creating specialist knowledge management systems. While accuracy is of the utmost importance in the legal domain, and the information should be veri?ed by domain experts as a matter of course, a semi-automated approach can result in considerable ef?ciency gains. [less ▲]

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See detailTowards Legal Knowledge Management Systems for Regulatory Compliance
Boella, Guido; Hulstijn, Joris; Humphreys, Llio UL et al

in IX Conference of the Italian Chapter of AIS (2012)

Maintaining regulatory compliance is an increasing concern. Legal Knowledge Management systems could support the work of compliance managers. However, there are challenges to overcome, of interpreting ... [more ▼]

Maintaining regulatory compliance is an increasing concern. Legal Knowledge Management systems could support the work of compliance managers. However, there are challenges to overcome, of interpreting legal knowledge and mapping it onto business processes. In this discussion paper we determine requirements for Legal Knowledge Management systems that can handle these challenges. We argue that an approach to Legal Knowledge Management should consist of four pillars: (1) a legal ontology to express the legal concepts that are central to the interpretation of rules and regulations in practice, (2) natural language processing techniques, to semi-automatically populate the ontology, (3) a systematic method for mapping the legal concepts onto the actual data and business processes of a company, and (4) a method to construct an audit trail as part of the process design, providing legally acceptable evidence of compliance. The challenges are illustrated by an example of MIFID, a set of European regulations in the financial domain. [less ▲]

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