Brief Drafting and Analysis. Software that assists lawyers in drafting briefs; reviewing their strength, accuracy and thoroughness; and reviewing opponents’ briefs for strength, accuracy and thoroughness.
Case Management. Software that enables trial lawyers to manage all aspects of their cases, from client intake and calendaring to document management and trial preparation.
Class Actions. Products in this category are designed to facilitate filings, notifications, monitoring and administration of claims in class action lawsuits.
Court Calendaring. Products that enable lawyers to automatically calendar key court dates and deadlines based on the rules of the court in which the matter is filed.
Court Reporting. Software and tools used in reporting and transcription of court proceedings, depositions and other hearings.
Depositions and Hearings. Software related to preparing for and taking depositions and conducting deposition proceedings, including virtual depositions.
Docketing and E-Filing. Products related to the electronic filing, distribution and docketing of case documents.
Jury Selection and Management. Products that assist lawyers in selecting jurors, from pretrial research of potential jurors to voir dire, profiles, seating charts, and more.
Litigation Analytics. Products that use data extracted from court dockets to make predictions about outcomes and timelines and to provide insights on judges, courts, parties, lawyers and law firms.
Litigation Finance. Litigation finance technology is used to evaluate which cases are appropriate for financing and to predict likely case outcomes.
Litigation Management and Trial Preparation. Products that assist trial teams in preparing cases for trials. They may include fact and exhibit management, transcript management, issue management, document review, and case timelines.
Trial Presentation. Software that supports presentation of evidence at trials, facilitating the storage, management, retrieval and display of images, documents and videos.
Online Dispute Resolution. Technology designed to assist parties in resolving disputes. ODR can be fully online or can augment traditional dispute resolution forums. ODR services may be offered by private parties or through courts and government entities.