SAN FRANCISCO — Casetext, the Silicon Valley-based automated legal research company, is piloting a new feature that will push data to litigators about their cases as soon as new filings hit the docket, according to a company co-founder.

Casetext’s existing platform, called CARA (Case Analysis Research Assistant), already allows users to drag-and-drop court filings to find relevant decisions or case briefs. The new feature “listens” to dockets that litigators select and sends them relevant information automatically.

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