Thursday, July 9, 2020 at 9 AM PDT
Participants include: Kyle Doviken and Anne Wise-Kann
Lex Machina is excited to announce the launch of our new Torts module. This exciting webcast will help you understand how Legal Analytics can help build litigation strategy and develop your litigation plan. Gain strategic insights into specific tort claims such as medical malpractice, premises liability, motor vehicle injury, and personal injury torts including negligence, assault/battery, and defamation. Learn how to apply current trends to your own litigation strategy.
Join Lex Machina on July 9 at 9am PDT for a webcast demonstrating the new torts module with Kyle Doviken, Sales Director at Lex Machina and Anne Wise-Kann, Legal Data Expert at Lex Machina.
July 13-17, 2020
The AALL 2020 virtual conference will be held July 13-17 with a virtual exhibit hall and livestreamed sessions covering topics of value to legal information professionals right now, including: enhancing research services, supporting law librarianship as a career, navigating remote work, and adapting to and preparing for a profession changed by COVID-19.
Carla Rydholm, Director of Product Management at Lex Machina will be speaking at the following session:
How COVID-19 Is Impacting Litigation Trends
Tuesday, July 14 | 2:00 to 3:00 pm CDT
Thursday, July 16, 2020 at 9 AM PDT
Participants include: Darren Schleicher and Angela Ni
Join Lex Machina’s Regional Director Darren Schleicher, as he interviews Angela Ni, Director of Underwriting and Data Science Strategies at Parabellum Capital, on July 16, for a 30 minute live webcast at 9:00 am PDT (12:00 pm EDT). Litigation Finance has recently experienced explosive growth. Legal Analytics is the key to investing in the right cases and eliminating the ones that are not a good fit.
Our speakers will discuss:
- How to identify potential funding candidates
- How to assess cases based on their risk level, potential duration, and claim value
- How to evaluate the track records of the firms and attorneys involved
- How to leverage detailed case outcomes, including resolutions, damages, findings, and more when making critical decisions