By giving attorneys access to enormous amounts of litigation data, legal research platforms have allowed legal professionals to develop faster, and more targeted, case strategies, briefs and motions. But are these platforms too good to be true?

Despite their benefits some worry that these tools have exposed attorneys to the risk of online monitoring and made them too trusting of data that can be manipulated. But while such risks are possible, legal research companies argue that they are unlikely to ever materialize. After all, they say, trust is a cornerstone of their business.

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