New client Business Development You’re working on a response to an RFP from a major institutional player, and you need to demonstrate that you really know their business. You know what they’ve ended up in court for in the past. How they’ve fared in court. What jurisdictions they’ve appeared in. Current client Competitive Intelligence What if you could update your client on a regular basis on their competitors’ litigation track record? Show them that you
Have you been in one of the following scenarios? You’ve advised your client that it’s time to bring a substantive motion or perhaps take a case all the way to trial. You have just been informed of the judge scheduled for your hearing in two days. And you aren’t familiar with them. You walk into court and find out that the judge on schedule is away and you’re now appearing in front of someone different.
It’s been a while since I’ve written, or for that matter anyone from our team has written. We spent quite a bit of time earlier this year speaking to clients, both current and potential, about Loom Analytics, and have been hard at work. A new name and a new look Given our evolution from Loom Analytics as a company/brand/product into a company with multiple products to meet client needs, we decided it was time to
Today, we’re happy to announce three updates designed to help facilitate collaboration, as well as improve security and accessibility. You can now share reports with other users of Loom with our shareable link feature. We’ve made two-factor authentication mandatory any time your account is accessed for the first time on a new device. Our Account Settings page has been redesigned and can now be accessed on your mobile device. Collaboration: Shareable Links We know legal
‘Link Round-Up’ gives you a glimpse into the articles that got the most airtime around the Loom Analytics water cooler this week. Published every Friday, article topics include access to justice, big data, legal technology, and what’s happening in the Canadian legal landscape. Last week we covered the International Legal Tech Association conference fairly extensively, but it seems there is still more coming out of the woodwork. For instance, according to a Lawyerist article