Case Notebook Survey: Efficiency through Litigation Case Analysis Technology

Case Notebook Survey: Efficiency through Litigation Case Analysis Technology

Case Notebook Survey: Efficiency through Litigation Case Analysis Technology



There’s no denying that litigation work is a paper-heavy process. With each new case, your pile of case documents grows higher and higher. However, with help from Case Notebook you can start to manage that pile in an efficient, collaborative and strategic manner.

Thomson Reuters recently conducted a survey of Case Notebook users – including both lawyers and paralegals that focus on litigation work – to compare time spent on typical litigation tasks both before and after Case Notebook.

Cases are more document intensive than ever and 96% of lawyers agree that in order to analyze all the facts and issues, case documents need to be organized. Case Notebook helps alleviate pressure. See what the sample group had to say about the key advantages – efficiency, strategy, integration, collaboration and organization.
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