In this post we'll introduce Litigaze's latest update. And it's a big one, so let's dive straight in.
A key benefit of using Litigaze to evaluate complex litigation is being able to identify insights that aren't otherwise accessible.
With the new evaluation reports feature, we've brought together multiple evaluation insights into one convenient location.
Now, whenever you run a plan evaluation you'll be able to instantly generate a report showing:
Scenario analysis is a BIG new feature, so we've written a separate blog post to go through all the details. But here's the TL;DR version...
With scenario analysis you can easily see how taking different viewpoints on key variables affects your plans. Using scenario analysis only takes a few steps:
First, you'll need to add some variables to your plan. These could be financial variables (like a damages award), chance variables (like the chance of establishing breach of contract), or both.
Next, you'll need to add scenarios to your variables to represent different viewpoints on those variables.
Once you've added scenarios to your variables, they'll appear in the scenarios menu, which you can access from the sidebar (TIP: click "M" on your keyboard to toggle the sidebar menu).
In the scenarios menu, you can easily switch variables between different scenarios with a simple click. To change all variables at once, click the scenarios headings.
To see how changing scenarios affects your plan evaluation, simply switch scenarios after running an evaluation.
This latest update has lots of other improvements: