Analyze

Review your entire document with one click and view proofreading issues in a consolidated dashboard.

Check Defined Terms, Cross-reference and Citations

Quickly review defined terms, references, and citations to ensure validity, accuracy, consistency, and clarity.

Fix Mistakes

Locate and remedy mistakes such as unpaired quotation marks, spacing variations, inconsistent numbering, phrases, and case-specific information.

Artificial intelligence isn’t just the future; it’s already in use in hundreds of firms around the world.

Ensure your litigators have the competitive edge with Litigation Companion, a Microsoft Word toolbar, that allows them to ensure their documents won’t let them down in court.

Why Litigation Companion?

 

Litigators have a huge caseload; drafting briefs, dealing with discovery, taking and defending depositions. Not to mention the changing submission requirements of different courts and different judges.

Their work is court-oriented, but most of their time is spent preparing documents. By accelerating tedious document review and editing tasks Litigation Companion ensures they can focus on what matters – winning for their client.

 

Gain Confidence

Be confident that your citations are accurate, up-to-date, and won’t let you down in court.

Improve Efficiency

Speed up the identification and review of document errors by up to 90 percent.

Reduce Risk

Reduce liabilities for clients and your firm by identifying contract language errors, and comprehensively assess the “legal health” of your documents with one click.

Key Features

Analyze

Review your entire document with one click and view proofreading issues in a consolidated dashboard.

Check Defined Terms, Cross-references and Citations

Quickly review defined terms, references, and citations to ensure validity, accuracy, consistency, and clarity.

Fix Mistakes

Locate and remedy mistakes such as unpaired quotation marks, spacing variations, inconsistent numbering, phrases, and case-specific information.

Add-Ons

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