Litigation Tech Center
The courtroom defines the popular perception of lawyers. But even lawyers who specialize in litigation are only rarely in court, and the vast majority of lawsuits resolve without a trial. Much of the work of litigation is in investigating a case, conducting discovery and depositions, and preparing for trial. For all of those tasks, there is technology to assist. And if the case does go to trial, there is technology for that too. This Legal Tech Center encompasses all of the technology products that help legal professionals prepare for, argue, present, manage and analyze the litigation matters in which they are involved. The only aspect of litigation not covered here is discovery — an area of technology so broad that it warrants its own tech center.
Categories of software used in Litigation
Docketing and E-Filing
Jury Selection and Management
Online Dispute Resolution
Brief Drafting and Analysis
Depositions and Hearings
Litigation Management and Trial Preparation
- Court calendaring products enable lawyers and law firms to automatically calendar key court dates and deadlines based on the rules of the court in which the matter is filed.
- Online dispute resolution uses technology 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.
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