Navigate the growing trends around virtual litigation and plan a winning strategy.
Guidance to help you meet time-consuming litigation demands.
2020 was a year of upheaval, and while other industries suffered as a result of the pandemic, certain areas of litigation experienced an upswing. In this special report, our analysts evaluate the trends key to 2021 planning.
AI-Driven Legal Tools for Litigation and Transactional Practice
A recent survey showed that over 90% of practitioners use legal technology to maximize workflow efficiencies in order to meet the demand to work smarter and faster. In this webinar see how Bloomberg Law’s Brief Analyzer and Draft Analyzer are helping attorneys achieve maximum efficiency in every aspect of litigation and transactional workflow.
Learn how technological advancements help litigators overcome their most prevalent challenges as the practice area experiences growth.
Litigation Finance: Recent Developments and Considerations for Lawyers
While the benefits of using litigation finance to fund commercial lawsuits are evident, and the demand for funding is increasing, the industry remains unregulated and opaque. This webinar will feature a panel of leading industry experts, practitioners, and litigation funders who will discuss the latest ethical and legal aspects of litigation funding.
Your First Legal Position: Insider Insights & Tips for Success
Join Bloomberg Law to get essential advice to succeed in your first legal position, including effective time management strategies, types of projects that you can expect to work on, tips for learning and understanding workplace culture, and how to make the most of your role to jumpstart your legal career.
Learn how to shorten the legal research cycle and give your legal brief a competitive advantage. Read more.
Brief Analyzer 101
Register now for our 30-minute Brief Analyzer 101 webinar on March 12 to learn how this new tool dramatically reduces the time spent analyzing legal briefs, identifying relevant authorities, and helping you prepare a credible response – all so you can focus on drafting a winning argument.
The Bloomberg Law Litigation Finance Market Survey included detailed questions about the scope, process, and expectations around financing litigations.