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Ryan Pakter on Case Management Software for the Plaintiffs Bar

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In this new TechnoLawyer Learnpaper, TrialWorks and Needles managing director Ryan Pakter and TechnoLawyer publisher Neil J. Squillante discuss case management software for plaintiffs firms. Topics covered include:

  • Customer reaction to the dual acquisitions of TrialWorks and Needles.
  • The difference between the two products — how firms decide between them.
  • What has held back web practice management and why 2019 will be a watershed.
  • The development roadmap for Needles and TrialWorks, including web versions.
  • Why so many personal injury software startups have arisen in the past few years.
  • The company’s two best-kept secrets, including its new app store.
  • And much more.

Download this Learnpaper now.

(TrialWorks and Needles respect your privacy and will never share your email address with a third party.)

"When you read a publication describing the most successful firms with the largest verdicts or settlements, there is a very high likelihood that firm uses Needles or TrialWorks."

If you’re a plaintiffs lawyer, you may have noticed a proliferation of new products in recent years. With the generic practice management market increasingly crowded, software startups are seeking opportunities in niches — and practice areas such as personal injury, medical malpractice, mass torts, etc. comprise a large market with specific needs.

There’s just one problem with this strategy — this niche already has two well-established players — Needles and TrialWorks. And in 2017 they merged to arguably create an 800-pound gorilla. Nearly 3,000 plaintiffs firms use one of the two products.

Managing Director Ryan Pakter runs the combined company. Pakter is one of four partners at Ridge Road, the investment company that acquired TrialWorks in early 2017 and Needles later that year.


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In this new TechnoLawyer Learnpaper, TrialWorks and Needles managing director Ryan Pakter and TechnoLawyer publisher Neil J. Squillante discuss case management software for plaintiffs firms. Topics covered include:

  • Customer reaction to the dual acquisitions of TrialWorks and Needles.
  • The difference between the two products — how firms decide between them.
  • What has held back web practice management and why 2019 will be a watershed.
  • The development roadmap for Needles and TrialWorks, including web versions.
  • Why so many personal injury software startups have arisen in the past few years.
  • The company’s two best-kept secrets, including its new app store.
  • And much more.

Download this Learnpaper now.

(TrialWorks and Needles respect your privacy and will never share your email address with a third party.)

"When you read a publication describing the most successful firms with the largest verdicts or settlements, there is a very high likelihood that firm uses Needles or TrialWorks."

If you’re a plaintiffs lawyer, you may have noticed a proliferation of new products in recent years. With the generic practice management market increasingly crowded, software startups are seeking opportunities in niches — and practice areas such as personal injury, medical malpractice, mass torts, etc. comprise a large market with specific needs.

There’s just one problem with this strategy — this niche already has two well-established players — Needles and TrialWorks. And in 2017 they merged to arguably create an 800-pound gorilla. Nearly 3,000 plaintiffs firms use one of the two products.

Managing Director Ryan Pakter runs the combined company. Pakter is one of four partners at Ridge Road, the investment company that acquired TrialWorks in early 2017 and Needles later that year.