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66% of attorneys said they could improve case assessment skills and 64% said
time is the greatest barrier to effective case assessment
May 17, 2007 — 2007-05-17Bellevue, WA, May 17, 2007 - More than three quarters of cases are resolved favorably and litigation expenses are reduced in half of all cases in which early case assessment is performed according to a recent nationwide survey of litigators.
Conducted by Cogent Research on behalf of LexisNexis®, a leading provider of information and services solutions, the survey results underscore the importance of performing early case assessment and analysis, as well as reveal the opportunity for technology to help litigators overcome the time and cost barriers to conducting effective early assessments.
“Two findings from the LexisNexis survey that directly support my experience are that effective early case assessments increase the favorable resolution of litigation and help control client costs,” said Edward Rippey, partner at Washington, D.C. law firm Covington & Burling. “While these benefits are clear, such assessment takes time. That’s why litigators seek tools and services that enable them to collect, organize and review case facts in as efficient and as accurate manner as possible.”Survey results
Survey findings can be grouped into three categories – the impact of early case assessment on litigation, the challenges to performing effective early case assessment and the current practice of early case assessment by litigators.
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