March 21, 2017 — Loom Analytics is proud to announce a partnership with Gowling WLG to bring the science of data driven insights to the art of law. Gowling WLG is embarking on a pilot project to introduce Loom’s legal analytics system into their operations.
“As we strive to serve clients better, Gowling WLG is increasingly looking to sophisticated new technologies to complement the expertise and experience of our professionals,” said Mark Tamminga, Gowling WLG’s leader of innovation initiatives. “We are excited to work with Loom Analytics to explore how these new tools can help us deliver better strategies and more reliable solutions to our litigation clients.”
“We are excited to begin working with Gowling WLG given their long-standing commitment to innovation.” said Mona Datt, the co-founder and president of Loom. “They are a forward thinking law firm leading the charge in adapting to the changing practice of law in the 21st century.”
Loom Analytics is a web-based legal analytics tool that extracts pertinent information within legal decisions, which is then made searchable in the form of customizable reports. The Loom platform gives its users access to graphical breakdowns of the successes and failures of types of motions and trials and even information on the average decision turnaround times of particular case types or specific masters or judges. The competitive and business intelligence provided by these reports is changing the way decisions are being made at law firms.
About Loom Analytics
Loom Analytics is a Toronto-based legal-tech company providing Canadian legal intelligence. The Loom database is growing steadily, currently providing law firms and insurance companies across Ontario, British Columbia, and Alberta with up-to-date empirical legal intelligence.