Join UniCourt’s Conversation on Litigation Intelligence
Litigation intelligence sounds like a great buzz word, but what does it really mean?
After great success with our first two Twitter Chats on Open PACER Data and Data Driven Business Development, UniCourt is transitioning to host our upcoming Twitter Chat on Litigation Intelligence to share what it means, how it can be used in different contexts, and the best ways to gather the data needed for actionable intelligence.
Good Intelligence Requires Good Data
No matter the industry or context that intelligence is being used in, if there isn’t good data behind your intelligence, it can lead to significant downstream issues in reporting and decision making. This is especially true when talking about litigation intelligence.
Court data is inherently messy and plagued with spelling errors, variations of names for similar entities like attorneys, law firms, and judges, and a general lack of standardization. This problem gets exponentially worse when gathering court data across jurisdictions, from state courts to federal (PACER) courts and even different counties within certain states, as each jurisdiction often carries its own nomenclature and data standards (or lack thereof).
This is where UniCourt comes in — we normalize, structure, and standardize court data across hundreds of state and federal courts to make it more accessible and useful through our Legal Data as a Service (LDaaS) offerings. More importantly for those interested in gathering litigation intelligence, we make all of the data available in our application easily accessible through our Legal Data APIs, so you can bulk download the data you need in a structured format.
Join UniCourt’s Twitter Chat
To learn more about leveraging state and federal court data for litigation intelligence, join UniCourt’s Twitter Chat on July 15th from 12-1 pm EST and engage in the conversation with the hashtag #UniCourtChats.
Our Twitter Chat will focus on defining what exactly litigation intelligence is and how it relates to a range of different industries and roles within the business world. We’ll also take a closer look at how litigation intelligence can be used in a couple of key industries such as finance, insurance, investigations, and legal.
Here’s a preview of some of the questions and subjects we’ll touch on:
- How can litigation intelligence be used to develop winning legal strategies?
- What are the main use cases for litigation intelligence in the finance and insurance industry?
- How can litigation intelligence be used for conducting investigations, due diligence, and compliance?
- What can law firms and litigation support firms use litigation intelligence for?
- How does UniCourt’s Legal Data as a Service support the varying litigation intelligence needs of different industries?
We want to hear from you! If you have any questions you’d like to see answered or topics you think we should address in our upcoming Twitter Chat, please send them to us through our Contact Us page or send a DM to @UniCourtInc.