March 27, 2017 (4.2.4)

  • Content updated through March 24, 2017. 
  • Ravel Labs users will have a preview of augmented TOPIC information displayed on case cards (PRACTICE AREA(S) and TOPIC(S)) in addition to the earlier PRIMARY TOPIC. Ravel will be replacing the older PRIMARY TOPIC with the new approach over the next month.      

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  • Ravel Labs users will have access to augmented information about good law and bad law. We will specify how many cases recognize a certain affirming, overruling, abrogating or overturning case.

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  • Other recent changes
    • Search visualization is now only available to customers signed up for the Advanced plan.
    • Paying customers will be given a choice to include search visualization or not after a search.
    • A bug that allowed researchers with mandatory client ID configurations to bypass setting it, has been fixed.
    • Additional case data is now displayed on the search results for paid Ravel plans (Advanced, Enterprise and above): Topics, Key Phrases, Motion Outcomes
    • To support more customer formats, we have made entry format of client matter ID more flexible.
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