eLaw provides two types of reports:
- Management Reports: Do-it-yourself reports for eLaw
paid subscribers to keep track of outstanding motions,
court deadlines and appearance schedules.
- Custom Reports: Customized On Demand Reports used
by law firms, insurance/risk management companies and
vendors to generate unparalleled insights to manage and
grow their business.
Management Reports allow eLaw paid subscribers to run their own reports using a variety of parameters.
Court rules and litigation schedules are constantly changing. And missing appearances can be embarrassing and costly.
The do-it-yourself Management Reports allow paid eLaw subscribers to get high-level and detailed views, such as outstanding
motions that include their history. With future appearance reports, subscribers can view all of their appearances for any date
range they select. Management Reports also feature the courts’ standard and goals on each case, a list of all notified parties
and how many times a case has appeared on a trial calendar. All of the reports have the option of exporting the information in
either a Microsoft® Excel® or PDF format. All customized reports can be saved as a template and run at any time in the future.
The Management Reports, which cover all 62 New York Supreme courts and five City Civil courts, fall into six main categories:
- My Future Supreme Appearance Calendar
- My eWatch cases/Standard & Goals
- My Supreme eWatch cases/Notify Parties
- Supreme Pending Motion History
- My Future Civil Appearance Calendar
- My Civil eWatch cases/Notify Parties
Some of the different parameters that can be checked off for “My Future Supreme Appearance Calendar” include:
- Report Columns: Case Name, File/Matter #, County, Index/Year, Appearance Date, Judge, Part/Room, Appearance Type, Motion Relief Sought, Comments, Trial Appearances, Motion Status
Download the product sheet PDF for more information about Management Reports.
Start monitoring your cases for as little as $3 a month.
eLaw maintains a proprietary database containing all the docket information from
the New York Supreme and Civil courts.
Subscribers can query this database with On Demand Reports to generate unparalleled
insights to manage and grow their business. An On Demand Report can be run once,
or it can be scheduled to run monthly, weekly, or even daily.
eLaw's On Demand Reports are used by a wide variety of professionals.
- Party research - find all cases throughout the state in which a party has been involved
in another lawsuit.
- Attorney research - find other cases in which your firm, opposing counsel or any
attorney has ever filed an appearance.
- Medical provider - find all cases in which a client has brought suit against a medical
- Case type - find all cases by case type, including all attorney information by county,
and filed during a certain period of time.
- Funding companies - track the status of all cases involving the plaintiff or attorney
that is the subject of your loan.
- Business development - view suits in which targeted clients are plaintiffs or defendants.
- Docket management - find upcoming appearances for your firm sent on a customized
Insurance - Risk Management Companies - Corporations
Insurance companies globally track defense firms that represent their insured to
accurately handle reserves and notifications on all future appearances, decisions
Risk management companies use eLaw to monitor all the litigation involving the law
firms handling claims to ensure instant notifications on all cases.
Corporations use eLaw On Demand Reports on a daily, scheduled basis for a first-warning
of being a named defendant, and also to monitor and manage the firms which represent
them by benchmarking their appearances, decisions and case status.
Armed with information about the activities of specific attorneys, vendors are able
to focus their marketing activities. Vendors run reports showing:
eLaw's On Demand Reports are delivered as CSV files, which can be opened in spreadsheet,
database or document applications.
- All cases in which a law firm is involved, by type of case.
- Cases that have reached a specific point in litigation, such as RJI filings.
- Notes of issue filed and trial calendars.