Lex Machina’s state court analytics are built on documents, giving users unique advantages when strategizing in the business and practice of law. Because we use a combination of natural language processing and human review of state documents, the results are the most accurate, complete, and transparent litigation analytics available. […]
Lex Machina hosted a webcast called “Document-Driven State Court Analytics” on August 31, 2021. Legal experts Carla Rydholm, Kristin Huonder and Todd Regenold, discussed the kinds of strategic insights document-driven Legal Analytics can produce and what a huge difference this information can make for an attorney’s case.
Lex Machina hosted a webcast called “Using Legal Analytics for Lateral Hiring” on August 24, 2021. They discussed how to leverage Lex Machina to find and evaluate the best candidates and hire the best possible talent, an especially important consideration now that the market is becoming increasingly active and competitive.
When relying on analytics to craft litigation strategy, it is essential to know what happened in similar cases. When practitioners are looking into hiring counsel or assessing the competition, they need to answer the question, “Who won?” Similarly, when assessing motion strategy, a judge’s record isn’t complete without information about how the judge ruled at certain points of litigation. […]
Lex Machina hosted a webcast called “Can You Trust Your Litigation Analytics?” on July 15, 2021. The webcast featured Karl Harris, CEO of Lex Machina and Kelli Jones, Customer Success Manager at Lex Machina.
They engaged in a spirited discussion on what it takes to create accurate litigation analytics and the risks of relying on incomplete data. […]
Legal Analytics should be accurate, complete, and transparent, with sufficient reference to the origins and clear definitions of the terms. This is the only way a legal professional can be confident in the analytics they are using.
Since our origin as a public interest project at Stanford Law School, Lex Machina has been committed to bringing openness and transparency to the law. […]
This blog post discusses changes in federal district court litigation due to the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020. Lex Machina monitors and reports on how courts are affected by the social changes due to the pandemic with our COVID-19 blog posts, the COVID-19 Impact Analyzer tool that is publicly accessible, and in-product case tagging for litigation caused by COVID-19. […]
The Lex Machina team is excited to announce its Employment Practice Area now encompasses state law claims in federal court. Previously, the Employment Practice Area required claims to be based in federal employment law, but now includes cases with state law claims which are designated by a new “State Employment Claim” case tag. […]
Lex Machina hosted a webcast on Competitive Intelligence on April 15, 2021. The webcast was moderated by Neil Magenheim, Sales Director at Lex Machina, with guest speaker Jordan Fowler, Director of Business Development at Beck Redden. The discussion covered several important topics related to the crucial role Legal Analytics can play in achieving effective competitive intelligence. […]