The Lex Machina team is excited to launch Legal Analytics for litigation in the federal courts of appeals. Federal appellate litigation includes all of the civil cases that are heard by all 13 federal courts of appeals. It is a crucial piece of the litigation landscape in which […]
On March 20, 2022, Lex Machina partnered with the ABA on a CLE webcast called “Responsible Use of Legal Analytics.” The webcast featured Lex Machina’s in-house counsel Aria Nejad as the host, along with guest speakers Jessica Bengels (Director of Litigation Services at Latham Watkins), Steven Karg (Partner at Norris […]
On March 9, 2022, Lex Machina partnered with the ABA on a CLE webcast called “What Can Legal Analytics Do for Me?” The webcast featured Lex Machina’s in-house counsel Aria Nejad, and the guest speakers included Catherine Bernard (US Litigation Professional Support Lawyer at Mayer Brown), John Gutkoski (Partner at […]
In litigation analytics, we have daily challenges related to processing, sanitizing, and ultimately transforming unstructured litigation data into actionable insights. I’ve experienced how difficult it is to take dirty, ahistorical data and produce accurate and reliable data points. And, as a member of this rare community, I’d like to be […]
Legal Reader recently published an article written by Gloria Huang, Legal Content Associate at Lex Machina. In her article, Huang discusses the ways in which Legal Analytics were adopted and used by the legal industry in 2021, as reported by legal professionals.
“In 2021, a significant number […]
Digital Insurance recently featured an article written by Ron Porter, Legal Data Expert for Insurance and Product Liability at Lex Machina. In his article, Porter discusses the new and varied ways legal professionals can apply litigation analytics to enhance their workflow in the insurance industry.
“Using the right advanced technologies, litigation […]
Who are the players in a case? Often the judge, opposing counsel, and parties influence the outcome in a case just as much, if not more, than the law itself. Having the full backstory on these players is essential when using Legal Analytics to determine case strategy. Partial information can […]
On October 19, 2021, Lex Machina hosted a webcast on Case Tags and Outcome Analytics: Essential Functions for Litigation Analytics. The webcast featured guest speakers Rachel Bailey (Data Relations Manager at Lex Machina) and Marissa Skudlarek (Software Engineer at Lex Machina). They discussed what’s involved in creating tagging systems and […]
Litigation analytics work best when comparing apples to apples, thus the most relevant data comes from cases that are like yours. In order to find similar cases, a litigation analytics provider must be able to accurately identify comparable cases. At Lex Machina, we build our datasets based on […]
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 […]