Analytics Insight Magazine has named Lex Machina CEO, Karl Harris, one of the 10 Most Influential Artificial Intelligence Executives in 2019. The magazine issue recognizes 10 Artificial Intelligence (AI) executives who have been leading businesses, engaging in more forward-looking ways of thinking, and redesigning solutions powered by AI capabilities to disrupt businesses globally.
LexisNexis® Legal & Professional and Lex Machina were named to the National Law Journal’s inaugural Legal A.I. Leaders list, a distinction reserved for leading developers of innovative, artificial intelligence-driven products and services. Legal A.I. Leaders is an extension of the National Law Journal’s highly respected Trailblazers series and was conceived to identify and highlight the companies that are leading the way in applying artificial intelligence to the legal industry.
Lex Machina is a 2017 Marketers That Matter® Finalist. Presented by The Sage Group and sponsored by The Wall Street Journal, the Marketers That Matter Awards recognized 34 innovative marketing initiatives that are creating measurable results. An elite panel of judges comprised of CEOs and CMOs from Sephora, Lyft, Visa, Clif Bar, Google Cloud, Zillow, Old Navy, Golden State Warriors and many others selected the 34 finalists based on their innovative approach, company impact, and measurable results.
Lex Machina has been ranked first in “The Recorder’s Best” survey for three years in a row. Welcome to the Best Hall of Fame—those companies and firms that have repeatedly received the highest ratings from our readers. The award is for organizations that placed in the top three at least three times in the last 5 years. A few have ranked in the top three each and every year since 2010.
The Recorder’s 2016 BEST survey generated responses from over 2,200 legal professionals from across the California legal market – representing individuals from every level of law firms, legal departments and legal services. The results reflect an engaged audience of informed professionals who are keenly aware of the organizations that support California’s legal community. They jumped at the chance to share their perspectives and cast their votes for the organizations which they feel best serve the legal marketplace.
It’s taken less than 10 years. Lex Machina has gone from a gleam in the eye of Stanford law professor Mark Lemley to popular academic database to stand-alone company to part of the LexisNexis legal research empire. Even while blazing the trail, Lex Machina has been continually reinventing its products and itself, having just this year expanded from patent law to trademark and copyright litigation as well. Is that just the culture of the enterprise or is it the need to stay ahead of the market? “The answer is both,” Lemley says. “Good innovators always want to make things better. And if you’re not making your product better, you’re going to get left behind.”
The Recorder’s readers have voted — they have told us which legal services providers are the best, based on their own experiences. The Recorder’s 2015 BEST survey generated responses from 2,811 legal professionals from across the California legal market – representing individuals from every level of law firms, legal departments and legal services.
Legaltech News Announces Innovation Awards Finalists. Lawyers and technologists are recognized for the best new legal technologies as well as the most innovative law firms and legal departments. The winners will be recognized at a special event on July 14 at Legaltech West in San Francisco.
The AALL’s New Product award honors new commercial information products that enhance or improve existing law library services or procedures, or innovative products that improve access to legal information, the legal research process, or procedures for technical processing of library materials. Lex Machina stands out from its predecessors as being the only start-up and legal analytics company to receive this prestigious award, which is not bestowed every year.
Responses to the question “What was the best “new product that you became aware of in 2014?” is remarkable because of the variety of responses.The one feature that is common to many new products is that they are leveraging big data to provide analytic insights. Lex Machina which provides IP litigation analytics got the most votes for best new product.
Top 50 Litigation Trailblazers & Pioneers for 2014
Fifty of the top legal professionals in the U.S., including Lex Machina CEO Josh Becker, have been recognized in the National Law Journal’s inaugural “Litigation Trailblazers & Pioneers” special supplement. Released on December 22nd, the list honors individuals who have changed the practice of litigation through the use of innovative legal strategies.
Josh Becker, CEO of Legal Analytics creator Lex Machina, has been named one of the 25 leading innovators in California law by The Recorder and selected by the National Law Journal as one of the country’s Top 50 Litigation Trailblazers & Pioneers for 2014. The honors come in recognition of Becker’s work enabling the application of analytics in the business and practice of law.
The Recorder’s 2014 BEST survey generated responses from 2973 legal professionals from across the California legal market – representing individuals from every level of law firms, legal departments and legal services. It provides a list of the legal services and solutions that The Recorder’s readers have rated highly across multiple categories.