Authors
Laurence Lieberman

Laurence Lieberman

Partner

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Stephanie High

Stephanie High

Senior associate

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Authors
Laurence Lieberman

Laurence Lieberman

Partner

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Stephanie High

Stephanie High

Senior associate

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23 February 2021

Digitising disputes – 1 of 10 Insights

The Future of Litigation – Episode 2

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The case for case prediction

What is the future of litigation? How will the digital revolution affect the conduct of disputes, and what does that mean for you? Season 1 of Sidebar – the new podcast from Taylor Wessing, which predicts the impact of the issues, innovations and trends facing the wider legal landscape – has the answers.

 

The second episode in our Future of Litigation season weighs up the case for case prediction software. Together with Solomonic co-founder Gideon Cohen, Disputes & Investigations partner Laurence Lieberman and senior associate Stephanie High consider the pros and cons of litigation analytics software, including how it could impact:

  • deciding whether to initiate proceedings
  • choosing your legal team
  • reducing your court time and costs
  • managing trial result expectations, and
  • gauging the best points to think about settlement.

Listen to Episode 2 of The Future of Litigation above, or Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Amazon Music, Google Podcasts or Stitcher.

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Episode 3 of Sidebar's Future of Litigation season will arrive on Tuesday 9 March 2021 – subscribe today and never miss an episode.

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