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UniCourt is excited to announce that portions of our legal analytics reports for the State of California are now publicly available on our website.
With UniCourt’s advanced search features, you can quickly get a snapshot of a company’s litigation portfolio and potential future legal exposure.
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Last week I was at the Stanford CodeX FutureLaw 2018 Conference in Palo Alto with my CEO Josh Blandi and GC Jud Hemming, where I had the opportunity to meet some of the brightest minds and veterans in the LegalTech industry.
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Legal Analytics: Get a sneak peek at our upcoming Analytics feature which will show never before seen data insights at the State Courts level
Average length of cases by case types from over 15 years of data
Trending case counts by case types and jurisdiction
Case loads for Judges
Trending Attorney and Law Firm representation counts by party types/years
Instant update of PACER and State cases: See how fast real-time case updates happen directly from the court on a click of a button.
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Eliminate notifications on irrelevant docket updates by setting Docket Triggers to detect relevant updates
My last post covered how UniCourt can be used to track thousands of on-going cases (PACER or State) with ease. This post will touch on how users can manage what information they get notified on when tracking a ton of cases.
UniCourt reads through docket updates and notifies users only if a trigger match happens. The idea behind letting each user configure their own triggers is that – A user alone knows what is important and actionable for him/her and UniCourt provides a way to translate this reasoning of determining what is relevant or not into a formula that can be configured in the form of a trigger. UniCourt also provides tools to improve the trigger formula over a period of time based on what has matched and what hasn’t. Some of the tools provided are covered below.
1. Creating a Docket Trigger
Creating a trigger is as easy as configuring a phrase “Motion to Dismiss” to be detected in a docket update or can be as complex as several words to be detected in a formula that users can create and simulate.
Creating a simple Trigger
The example below shows a trigger name “Motion to Dismiss” which will look for the exact phrase “Motion to Dismiss” appearing anywhere in a the updated docket entry.
Creating a complex Trigger
The example below shows a trigger name “Motion to Dismiss” which will look for the words “Motion” followed by “Dismiss” however, not preceded by “Order Denying”. Simulating the trigger will help explain how this trigger would work. So keep scrolling..
2. Simulating a Trigger
Whenever a trigger match happens on a docket update, the user will get notified by email. So, to check how a trigger would work on live docket updates you can simulate the trigger on sample docket entries.
Trigger configured below will match the sample docket entry which contains the words “Motion” followed by “Dismiss” however does not contain “Order Denying” as configured in the trigger.
The same trigger will NOT match the below sample docket entry which contains the words “Motion” followed by “Dismiss” preceded by “Order Denying”. So if you wanted to get notified on docket updates which contain “Motion to Dismiss” but not “Order Denying Motion to Dismiss”, this is how you would configure and test it.
3. Get Notified on Trigger Match
In addition to receiving email notifications all updates can be viewed in the notifications page where users can filter the notifications for case updates with matched triggers.
4. Give Feedback for Trigger Matches
Provide feedback on Trigger matches to improve trigger formula and relevancy of the matches.
5. Trigger Match Analytics
5. a) Top 5 Trigger Matches
5. a) Trigger Trends
Performance of a trigger match and the relevancy of a match over time can be seen in a trending report.
Many businesses that operate on the Legal Industry are required to track on-going cases to keep themselves updated with opportunities that arise because of some judgement or order passed on a case. This requires hours of reading through docket entries or using research tools to search for keywords in dockets. This can be a repetitive and time consuming process where a research person looking for some specific information has to go through the latest docket entries of the case which requires that person to keep track of the last entry reviewed for that case. This process is usually manual and can be easily prone to errors.
Going through every single case update can be a daunting task especially when tracking hundreds or thousands of cases. It is manually not possible to keep track of several hundreds of cases with the frequency in which they get updated on PACER to find the latest and most relevant information in a timely manner to act upon it. For any business to have an edge over its competitor it is important to be first to realize the opportunity and Unicourt lets its Clients achieve just that.
Tracking and identifying latest changes to a case
UniCourt notifies users on every single case being tracked and summarizes the changes that have happened to the case from the last time it was tracked. This saves a lot of time reading through the entire docket and any book-keeping required on the research end to remember where they left off the last time.
Notifications for relevant updates
UniCourt lets its users filter notifications by setting triggers. Triggers can be set to identify keywords and/or phrases within a docket update to be matched and notified so that actionable information is highlighted in case updates. With triggers set, users will only be notified when a trigger matches a docket update thus driving focus on only relevant information and eliminating reviewing unimportant updates.