Courtroom Insight which helps law firms jumpstart knowledge management projects aimed at collecting internal intelligence on expert witnesses, judges and arbitrators has just announced a new alliance with Wolters Kluwer. Wolters Kluwer which publishers the premier international arbitration product will allow Kluwer Arbitration subscribers to  integrate content from Courtroom Insight with Wolters Kluwer Arbitration content.

Today Wolters Kluwer Legal and Regulatory and Courtroom Insight or announcing a partnership which would enable mutual subscribers to access a large database of labor arbitration information including awards. Courtroom Insight which provides foundational directories including public information on experts, judges, lawyers and arbitrators enables law firms to build out internal knowledge management content related to these professionals including ratings and documents.
Courtroom Insight subscribers who also subscribe to the Wolters Kluwer Labor Arbitration Database will now have access to enhanced information on arbitrators including awards. As law firms gather data to develop more effective practice strategies it is clear that non-public arbitration data can be a powerful tool.

The press release includes a quote from  Cynthia Brown, Senior Director of Research Services at Littler Mendelson P.C. “Law firms are increasingly seeking time-saving workflow efficiencies across their organizations as they strive to provide more value to clients. This
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