Carmen D. Caruso Law Firm is excited to announce that 44th Street case analysis software has been selected as one of 15 top legal technology companies to face off in the fifth-annual Startup Alley pitch competition at the American Bar Association’s TECHSHOW 2021 on March 8.
Dissatisfied with the state of eDiscovery and the costs it imposed on clients and law firms in modern litigation, Chicago trial lawyer Carmen Caruso set out three years ago with a lifelong friend, software entrepreneur John Siniawski, to build a better document review, case analysis program from the ground up. Our firm was the first adopter of 44th Street case analysis software and we are now using it in place of traditional eDiscovery programs (that seem to assume eDiscovery is the end in itself) to advance our cases and benefit our clients.
44th Street case analysis software features simple yet powerful visualizations and interactive timelines that help lawyers and clients understand their cases quickly, bringing much-needed focus and efficiency to streamline document review and empower the development of compelling arguments from day one.
Combining AI and natural language capabilities, 44th Street instantly identifies a case’s data patterns and relationships, saving time and money. 44th Street is user-friendly and intuitive from day one all the way to trial, helping teams of all sizes work faster and smarter.
The practice of law continues to change, and it’s exciting to be at the forefront.
We invite our clients and prospective clients to see how we are using 44th Street to tell your stories convincingly, starting on the first day.
And we invite other lawyers to check out 44th Street for yourselves and your clients because our program is now available in the marketplace.
If you are attending the ABA TECHSHOW, we invite you to watch the Startup Alley Competition and stop by 44th Street’s virtual booth.