Litigation Analytics is a rapidly growing area of legal technology, promising lawyers valuable insights into courts, judges, opposing counsel and parties. But these products are not created equal. Their results can vary widely depending on the sources and quality of data they use and the types of analytics they provide.
For legal professionals, this technology offers both benefits and risks. How can they best use this technology to make sense of messy docket and case data, while also understanding the differences and shortcomings among the products? What questions should they ask about these products and what issues should they watch for?
For the companies providing these technologies, there are issues as well, including:
- How transparent should they be about the data they use and the accuracy of their results?
- To what extent should they open the black box of their technologies to the legal professionals who consume them?
Join us as three legal technology providers give a behind-the-scenes look into litigation analytics; what types of questions they’re asking, what choices they’re making and how that impacts you, the legal consumer.
Robert Ambrogi - Lawyer and Legal Journalist, Above the Law
Pablo Arredondo - Co-Founder & Chief Product Officer, Casetext
Justin Brownstone - SVP & General Counsel, Gavelytics
Diana Koppang - Director of Research & Competitive Intelligence, Neal, Gerber & Eisenberg
Anna McGrane - COO & Co-founder, PacerPro