Timeline Creation: TrialView Perspective

At TrialView, our focus is on streamlining the dispute resolution process. With our AI functionality, we balance innovation with practical tools to help make your case preparation easier. One of our newest evolutions is Timeline Creation functionality.

This feature facilitates instantaneous generation of chronologies based on provided case document data. Powered by artificial intelligence, our software swiftly parses through pertinent case information, including names, locations, and events. It then aggregates these elements into a succinct and easily comprehensible chronology.

Tailored Chronology Solutions
Busy practitioners will be familiar with the burden of hearing preparation, which is why we focus on creating tailored features, which not only save time, but also add value to your case. Furthermore, granular user access permissions can be configured to ensure that each team member accesses only the information pertinent to their role and responsibilities.

Real-Time Updates
Automatic alignment between the case timeline and supporting evidence ensures that any modifications or annotations made to the latter are instantaneously reflected in the chronology. This real-time update mechanism bolsters accuracy and coherence within the case management process.

Simultaneous Team Collaboration
Our software fosters seamless collaboration among legal practitioners, co-counsel, expert witnesses, and other stakeholders, irrespective of geographical constraints. This collaborative ecosystem facilitates the sharing of information, task assignment, status updates, and other essential communications, thereby promoting alignment and synergy within the team.

Linking and Relationship Mapping
Our software empowers users to establish meaningful connections by linking diverse pieces of information—ranging from facts and evidence to contacts, images, and issues—thus facilitating a comprehensive understanding of the case. This interconnectedness allows team members to swiftly delve into the source information associated with a specific event within the chronology, thereby gaining invaluable insights and context.

Automated Chronology Generation
A pivotal advantage offered by our case management software is its capability to seamlessly incorporate events into your case chronology with automated precision. Users can effortlessly create new chronology events with just a few clicks, all the while remaining engaged with the pertinent documents or evidence under review.

So, now that you know what our software can do, what are the benefits?

Enhanced Efficiency and Productivity
Documentation of litigation chronologies stands as a cornerstone in substantiating legal arguments. However, conventional manual workflows render this task among the most arduous in the legal process. With the integration of automated timeline creation, this process is streamlined, expedited, and remarkably efficient. Consequently, legal professionals can reallocate the time previously consumed by manual chronology management toward tasks of greater strategic import.

Facilitated Understanding and Expedited Onboarding
For firms engaging frequently with co-counsel on litigation matters, the adoption of these tools expedites the onboarding process. Equipped with a comprehensive, interactive visual representation of critical case information, team members can swiftly grasp the case’s context, delve into pertinent details, and commence meaningful contributions without delay.

In-depth Analysis and Reporting Capabilities
Our AI tools offer the potential for analytical review and clarity into case dynamics and prevailing trends, leading to actionable insights. By scrutinising historical data and performance metrics, users can discern recurring patterns, evaluate case viability, and make informed decisions.

At TrialView our aim is to serve as the go-to software for any legal team who are looking to streamline their disputes practice, and shift away from arduous manual, labour intensive work, towards a streamlined and more efficient workflow through technology. Our timeline creation functionality is just one of the countless ways we are working to improve our product and help you and your team make the transition to the new age of digitised legal work.

Find out more by requesting a demo – experience the power of TrialView today.

A blog post by TrialView intern, Matthew Crofts.

User Friendly and Intuitive: the TrialView Platform

User-friendly design is at the heart of TrialView’s philosophy for simplifying complex tasks without compromising on functionality. Today’s fast-paced legal landscape benefits from legal tech which enables efficiency and ease of use in streamlining workflows and facilitating seamless collaboration. At TrialView, we understand the challenges that litigators face, which is why usability is at the forefront of TrialView’s user interface. We prioritise effortless navigation of the platform to enable seamless collaboration with colleagues, as well as efficiency in trial preparation, document and case management. Our smart pagination tools, as well as date and timeline recognition functionalities are meticulously crafted to assist litigators in simplifying processes such as evidence presentation and organising complex bundles for hearings.

Understanding User-friendly design thinking

User-friendly design thinking is centred around the digital experience of the users which pervades our product development. As litigators, we have experienced the pain points of trial preparation, which informs TrialView’s adoption of an intuitive interface. From flexible document upload, through to presenting evidence, our primary focus is on ease of use. Thereby, reducing the amount of time and resources spent on administrative tasks and allowing litigators to focus on more complex aspects of their cases and thrive at what they do best.

What makes TrialView’s platform so user-friendly?

Collaborative Features
Collaboration is essential in the legal profession, particularly with the recent digitisation of legal processes such as the advent of online courts. TrialView facilitates seamless collaboration among professionals and teams with our secure and cohesive workspaces, facilitating coordination in real-time.

Streamlined workflows
We understand that time is of the essence in litigation. This is why TrialView aids streamlined workflows through our easy-to-use document generation functionalities, customisable templates to expedite document preparation, processing and case management. No extra time spent on navigating our platform or guessing what goes where!

Continuous improvement
At TrialView, we are committed to continuously improving our platform based on user feedback and evolving industry trends. By actively listening to our users and implementing their suggestions, we ensure that TrialView remains a valuable cutting-edge solution for litigators.

TrialView’s user-friendly design approach lies at the heart of TrialView’s mission to revolutionise litigation efficiency. By prioritizing usability and collaboration, we empower litigators to work more efficiently and effectively, ultimately delivering better results for their clients. This is also what sets us apart in the legal tech industry.

Find out more by requesting a demo – experience the power of TrialView today.

A blog post by TrialView intern, Fatima Sanusi.

TrialView Sponsors London International Disputes Week 2024

We’re delighted to sponsor London International Disputes Week 2024.

Why not join us for one of our Member Events, as we partner with Serle Court, Simmons & Simmons and Quinn Emanuel.

5th June, 9am, Serle Court

Arbitration Alchemy: AI, Psychology and Decision-Making Dynamics

Dr Ula Cartwright, Toby Landau KC, David Blayney KC, Myfanwy Wood, Stephen Dowling.

Starting with a fascinating breakfast session, as we dig into the psychological aspects of AI adoption in international arbitration, and examine how cultural diversity, language, and other international factors can influence perception, team performance, tech adoption and decision-making.

Register here

6th June, 2pm, Simmons & Simmons

AI in the Afternoon: Lessons in Adoption

Emily Monastiriotis, Jonathan Schuman, Stephen Dowling, Nick Cranfield, Eimear McCann.

Everyone is talking about AI, but how are disputes lawyers and their clients adapting?  And how can organisations use change management to encourage adoption of AI and all that it offers? Hosted by TrialView and Simmons & Simmons, this session will explore how law firms – and their clients – can implement practical and effective AI strategies which offer both internal and external advantages.

Register here

6th June, 5.30pm, Quinn Emanuel

A Judicious look at AI, with Sir Geoffrey Vos.

Sir Geoffrey Vos, John B. Quinn, Justice Joanna Smith, Stephen Dowling, Elizabeth Wilson.

Join leading voices from the judiciary and legal practice, for a fireside discussion on the future of litigation through the lens of AI. This TrialView-led session will be followed by networking drinks in the offices of Quinn Emanuel.

Register here

Litigation Day at Future Lawyer Week 2024

Are you attending Future Lawyer Week?   We’re delighted to sponsor Litigation Day, on 18th April 2024.

Stephen Dowling, Senior Counsel and CEO of TrialView, will be joined by Anna Gilbert, Counsel at Hausfeld, to explore the transformative force of digitisation in case management within litigation. Together, they’ll dissect its end-to-end workflow and unveil the plethora of opportunities it presents for legal professionals.

We hope to see you there!

Future Lawyer UK

Competing Interests at the CAT: Balancing Technology and Complexity

We’re delighted to host an online webinar with the SCL (Society for Computers and Law) on the evolving challenges at the CAT (Competition Appeal Tribunal), balancing complexity with new technology.

Date:  26th April, 10am. Online Webinar

Speakers: Chaired by our Commercial Director, Eimear McCann, our panel includes Airlie Goodman, Partner at Mayer brown; Hormis Kallarackel, Associate at Mayer Brown; Leon Major, at KL Discovery; and Stephen Dowling, TrialView founder and Senior Counsel.

With the exponential increase in digital data, the need to use technology at a much earlier earlier stage of proceedings is ever more evident. Technology now plays a crucial role in efficiently identifying, categorising, and safeguarding sensitive information in competition law – for example, within the framework of confidentiality rings.

Looking at this through the lens of PD 1/2024*, our panel will explore how technology – which is both the problem and the solution – could be used effectively to manage the increasing complexity of data. Our experts will also look at how collaboration, between all parties, including legal tech suppliers, could offer a real opportunity to navigate these challenges proactively.

*Practice Direction 1/2024 addresses the establishment of confidentiality rings, a mechanism allowing restricted distribution of documents containing sensitive information.

Register here.

AI in ADR: Fundamentals

We are delighted to run a series of webinars with CIArb and Jus Mundi. The first webinar in our AI and ADR: Theory and Practice series will focus on the current legal technology market, available AI tools and their nature. The panel will also take a critical look at benefits and risks of relying on AI in ADR and explore relevant practical cases.

Speakers: Kateryna Honcharenko MCIArb; Stephen Dowling; Monica Crespo & Johnny Shearman.

AI and ADR: Theory and Practice

New technology has become an integral part of the legal profession over recent years. However, when it comes to artificial intelligence (AI), it has also become a stumbling block. AI tools are capable of significantly increasing our professional efficiency, but unconditional reliance on AI may also adversely affect the procedural efficiency of all forms of private dispute resolution. This includes due process, confidentiality, enforceability and other principal procedural matters. The question many dispute resolution practitioners are asking is: To what extent can AI be used in our work?

Together, we’ll explore the realm of AI, including AI tools and their application. We will discuss how AI can be utilised in an efficient and safe manner, and what parties, counsel and tribunals should consider before using AI tools.

Each webinar focuses on a particular theme, giving you the opportunity to learn from experts in the field. You can then discuss the theme further with expert moderators and peers at a subsequent Let’s Discuss networking event.

This webinar is FREE, register here. 

Please note, times listed are in BST (GMT+1).

Don’t forget to register for  Let’s Discuss AI Fundamentals in ADR!