CaseIQTM allows you to obtain highly relevant search results directly from a brief (or other associated legal document), bypassing the need to reformulate case facts into searchable legal propositions. CaseIQTM automatically analyzes the language of your legal document for cited case laws, statutes and legal argument patterns. It then feeds this information into a complex predictive algorithm that leverages the archived intelligence of legal experts who've explored these issues previously to compile a list of highly relevant case laws, thereby highlighting potential missing points of law, or alternative arguments not appraised prior. REFINE results to apprise CaseIQTM in which areas you'd like to explore in far greater depth and get results based on your preferences. CaseIQTM can also offer suggestions in the form of keywords, acts or landmark case laws to make your research more in-depth and comprehensive.
CiteTextTM provides the essence of a judgment in the authoritative language of how other courts have interpreted and adopted the case law within it. By providing quick access to differing legally binding interpretations of key language, CiteTextTM augments your analysis and makes it possible for you to do a more efficient and definitive search.
Authoritative case laws are cited frequently for a certain legal principle that they establish. Our proprietary technology helps narrow down the search focus to such case laws and quickly enables you to discover authority on any legal principle (condensed into a keyword query) you may have in mind.
Clicking a circle in the graph selects the associated case law and shows a network consisting of the most important cited and (subsequent) citing case laws as determined by our proprietary AI technology. One may then quickly grasp the operational significance of the selected case law by hovering over subsequent citing judgments to see contextual excerpts of interpretations by other judges.
Traditional search approaches narrow down your consideration to just one case law at a time, and hence there's a limit to the number of case laws in a given list one could sift through. Visuals provide an instant snapshot of the most relevant and landmark case laws, ensuring that your research is comprehensive. Also, visuals provide a chronological view of how precedent has evolved and how certain precedents were more influential than others in guiding this evolution.
The same idea/legal issue may be expressed in different ways by different lawyers and judges, which leaves ample scope for ambiguity. However, what remains a required necessity is covering all potential combinations/avenues for that particular legal proposition. This feature helps in finding the right combination of keywords which might help unearth relevant case laws.
Search History makes it easy to keep track of your case-specific /general research. Search queries, accessed case laws and annotations are presented in reverse chronological order, with links to return to content you've previously viewed. Thus, picking up the threads of your prior research work is as effortless as clicking on a link. You can also export these results as a PDF (maybe for a specific time period) and share it with colleagues or associates on CaseMine to provide a handy reference without expending much effort.
Save relevant case laws by clicking on the save button next to the judgment title on the judgment page or the search results page. These bookmarked documents are available in a list form at a single place beneath the Bookmarks tab for easy reference.
The 'Alerts' tab helps you add topical or case-specific alerts. Our case alert feature adds case specific context by analyzing your prior preferred case laws as well as (any) uploaded brief(s) to provide relevant results, so that you continue to stay updated on any new judgment which may affect your case, regardless of where you are.
CaseMine makes it convenient to create topical alerts for a specific legal proposition. To create an alert for your search query, select the Alerts tab and click on the '+ New Alert' button to get a pop-up window (as shown on the right). You can then customize the frequency and schedule as per your convenience.
Easily manage case-related task allocation from one place. Distribute tasks among associates and conveniently track their progress. Clicking on the green 'Add New Task' button leads to a pop-up window where you can assign new tasks to associates (or colleagues).
For on point case laws on specific legal queries (keywords), use our Intelligent Judgment Search bar which is located on top of every web page within CaseMineTM.
Use technoigically advanced features for a quick and robust understanding of the case.
Equivalent Citations : Multiple eqivalent citaions to various journals are listed to make your search convenient.
Important Paras : Directly see the paras which are most cited/discussed for the case.
Summary : We identify key sentences from within the judgment text itself and present them with appropriate linkages so that you can quickly refer to them in the actual body of the text
Our granular mapping of case law has allowed us to identify latent themes in judgments and automatically ascertain judgments with similar thematic facts and propositions for any case law. Similar Judgments helps you find case laws which might have related case facts and/or legal propositions to the one you are currently reading.