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Pre/Dicta Enhances AI Legal Prediction Platform

How AI is Transforming Litigation Risk Assessment and Prediction

Pre/Dicta Adds Timeline, Venue, Motion Types to Predictions

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Article Summary

Pre/Dicta has announced the addition of new functionalities to its AI-driven legal prediction platform. The firm’s judicial predictive analytics now encompass multiple motion types, including summary judgment, venue transfer, class certifications, and motions to compel. Leveraging millions of docket entries and cases, Pre/Dicta provides comprehensive metrics to predict judicial actions, aiding lawyers and their clients in strategizing litigation.

Dan Rabinowitz, Pre/Dicta’s CEO, emphasizes that AI-powered predictions will soon become as routine as checking the weather. The platform also offers case-relevant timeline predictions from filing to trial and venue comparisons across all federal venues, providing invaluable insights for legal professionals to make informed decisions throughout the litigation process.

Bloomberg Law Article: https://news.bloomberglaw.com/legal-ops-and-tech/pre-dicta-adds-timeline-venue-motion-types-to-predictions 

Advanced Predictive Analytics for Multiple Motion Types and Litigation Timelines


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