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Map Out Your Litigation.

Built for the savvy in-house counsel & their outside litigation lawyers.

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maximize control with element rfe.

Controlling litigation exposure is difficult, and most General Counsel only track one small piece of the puzzle: hourly rates. Element RFE automatically tracks all the important puzzle pieces, providing General Counsel and their outside counsel the plan and budget they need.

Do more with less...

while still minimizing risk & exposure.

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collaborate with counsel

Element RFE allows in-house counsel and their outside litigation counsel to collaboratively create a litigation plan that enables more reliable communication about upcoming matters and better execution toward goals in upcoming cases.

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mutually defensible data

Element RFE helps both the enterprise and their litigation counsel understand the expectations, providing the solid footing needed to navigate the unexpected.

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spot the differences

Element RFE’s framework highlights the differences in expertise and case strategy between responding firms, giving the enterprise the context to make better decisions.

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post-award oversight

Counsel begins work and Element RFE continues to work too, providing the framework for continued oversight of ongoing matters.

Conquer the Complexity of Litigation

Element RFE holistically frames choice of counsel by leveraging better design and a standardized map of the litigation process. Element RFE makes complex factors navigable and resulting litigation plans useful.

1. In House Counsel Sets Goals
In-house counsel outlines the desired litigation goals within a Request for Expertise. Element RFE pre-populates the building blocks available to outside counsel.

2. Outside Counsel Sets Expertise
Each outside counsel assembles their budget & plan using Element RFE’s litigation framework, showing their unique expertise. Can be used with multiple law firms responding or a single law firm.

3. In-House Counsel Evaluates
In-house counsel able to rapidly compare plans, in context, and selects the best for their goals. All parties have a litigation plan for ongoing case management.

STEP 1: IN-HOUSE COUNSEL SETS GOAL

STEP 2: OUTSIDE COUNSEL DETAILS EXPERTISE

STEP 3: IN-HOUSE COUNSEL selects

• In-house counsel outlines the desired litigation goals within a Request For Expertise.

• Element RFE pre-populates the strategic & budgetary building blocks available to outside counsel.

• Each outside counsel assembles their budget & plan using Element RFE's litigation framework, showing their unique expertise.

• Multiple outside counsel can respond for comparison, or a single counsel can be asked to respond and document their budget & plan.

• In-house counsel is able to rapidly compare plans and budgets, in context, and select the best for the outlined goals

• All parties receive the resulting litigation plan for ongoing case management.

STEP 1: IN-HOUSE COUNSEL SETS GOAL

In-house counsel outlines the desired litigation goals within a Request for Expertise. Element RFE pre-populates the building blocks available to outside counsel.

STEP 2: OUTSIDE COUNSEL DETAILS EXPERTISE

Each outside counsel assembles their budget & plan using Element RFE’s litigation framework, showing their unique expertise. Can be used with multiple law firms responding or a single law firm.

STEP 3: IN-HOUSE COUNSEL EVALUATES

In-house counsel able to rapidly compare plans, in context, and selects the best for their goals. All parties have a litigation plan for ongoing case management.

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minimizing risk & exposure.

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Arbitrary data is the bane of the enterprise because adding structure takes significant time & money.

Element RFE’s structured data automatically creates reliable & useful decision points, minimizing administrative burdens & mistakes.

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contextualized

Qualitative data presented quantitatively (like a scorecard or user reviews) is falsely precise, not reliable, and not defensible if acted on.

Element RFE presents qualitative data systematically & in context, making it both precise, useful, & defensible.

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process

Litigation is complex and maintaining control of exposure is difficult.

Element RFE pre-populates the litigation case strategy elements, allowing rapid creation, comparison, and evaluation of proposed litigation strategy, costs, and expertise, in pursuit of  better and more defensible litigation plans

a standardized process

element rfe delivers maximum impact with minimum effort

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standardized

Arbitrary data is the bane of the enterprise because adding structure takes significant time & money.

Element RFE’s structured data automatically creates reliable & useful decision points, minimizing administrative burdens & mistakes.

Element Standard Aperture Logo

contextualized

Qualitative data presented quantitatively (like a scorecard or user reviews) is falsely precise, not reliable, and not defensible if acted on.

Element RFE presents qualitative data systematically & in context, making it both precise, useful, & defensible.

Element Standard Aperture Logo

process

Litigation is complex and maintaining control of exposure is difficult.

Element RFE pre-populates the litigation case strategy elements, allowing rapid creation, comparison, and evaluation of proposed litigation strategy, costs, and expertise, in pursuit of  better and more defensible litigation plans.

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