Cloud Court’s AI-driven testimony intelligence software, Gibson™, provides a borderline omniscient command of testimony as well as witness and attorney behavior.
Gibson ingests the raw deposition and trial transcripts (over one or many cases), hyper-organizes it, then uses it to arm litigators with a wealth of actionable data. Gibson reveals data hidden to humans and efficiently shares data across case teams to drive results.
Know players’ strengths and weaknesses. Gibson helps you “moneyball” litigation by analyzing the habits of opposing counsel and your own witnesses, helping your team deliver pitch-perfect answers to questions you knew to expect.
Benefits for In-house Legal
Arm Litigation Teams with Actionable Insights
Empower your litigation team with actionable insights based on objective analysis. Easily deduce answers to critical questions:
Which questions is adverse counsel most likely to ask? How well did deponents perform? How can we effectively prepare pending witnesses? What type of exhibits will be used?
Make Better Decisions
Use historical and current patterns in testimony data to make better-informed calls and validate recommendations from your outside attorneys.
Should we fight or settle? How much time and effort should we invest in a matter? What do we need to support motion practice or bring to settlement negotiations?
Communicate Better with Outside Counsel
Stop reading deposition transcripts. Understand what’s happening without drinking from the firehose.
Keep your finger on the pulse of current litigation matters. Gibson customizable dashboards and reports enable all users to measure what matters. Index critical topics and metrics by witness or by deposition.
Large volume, business critical cases
You're party to a matter in the millions or billions of dollars. Counsel is requesting or anticipating dozens of depositions.
A recurring threat. You repeatedly respond to lawsuits from the same plaintiffs. They've deposed your witnesses multiple times about similar matters.
You're a party to a class action or an antitrust matter. Sharing knowledge with other parties can make the difference between winning and losing, or mitigating losses.