Revolutionizing Legal Research with Automated Intelligence
BOULDER, COLORADO, January 25, 2024- eDiscovery Assistant, the leading ediscovery case law database and knowledge center for litigators and legal professionals, today announced the launch of Dynamic Cite Lists, a groundbreaking new feature that eliminates the time-consuming task of staying updated on critical ediscovery rulings.
In today’s fast-paced legal landscape, staying on top of relevant case law and emerging eDiscovery trends can feel like a daunting task. With Dynamic Cite Lists, eDiscovery Assistant empowers users to effortlessly create and maintain personalized lists of case law decisions based on their specific needs and interests. Users can create Dynamic Cite Lists using any of the available search filters, including our proprietary issue tags, and the List will update automatically each time a decision is added to the database.
“We’re excited to introduce Dynamic Cite Lists,” said Kelly Twigger, CEO and Founder of eDiscovery Assistant. “The pace of discovery decisions is increasing every year, with decisions coming out every month that impact arguments being made. This feature will allow users to stay up to speed so they know what they need to know, when they need to know it. The feature will allow litigators to meet the pressure of the pace of discovery, save time and achieve better outcomes on discovery issues”.
Dynamic Cite Lists offer a multitude of benefits, including:
- Customization: Users can curate personalized lists based on any combination of filters, including judge, issue, jurisdiction, and keywords.
- Automated Updates: The system automatically scans the eDiscovery Assistant database and adds new cases that match the list criteria, keeping users informed without manual effort.
- Collaboration: Lists can be easily shared with team members, ensuring everyone has access to the same up-to-date information.
- Efficiency: Email notifications alert users of new additions to their lists, allowing them to quickly dive into the latest developments.
Dynamic Cite Lists are available to users on eDiscovery Assistant’s Team and Enterprise plans.
About eDiscovery Assistant
Led by industry expert Kelly Twigger, eDiscovery Assistant is the exclusive ediscovery case law database and knowledge center dedicated to keeping litigators and legal professionals up to speed on the constantly evolving area of electronic discovery. With a comprehensive collection of tools, resources, and insights, the company has cemented its position as the go-to platform for professionals looking to navigate the complexities of ediscovery. Through continuous innovation and commitment to excellence, eDiscovery Assistant empowers its users to achieve success in their legal endeavors. To learn more visit www.ediscoveryassistant.com or contact Martha MacPherson: firstname.lastname@example.org