The Lex Machina team is excited to announce that we have launched the remaining New York City state court modules, completing the coverage of all five New York City counties. The five New York City state court modules include nearly half a million civil court cases filed since January 2016. […]
It has been an unusual time for the world as a whole and the legal community in particular. With large-scale upheavals and fast-moving changes, Lex Machina has worked hard to keep the legal profession up-to-date through our blog posts, our publicly-available COVID App Analyzer, and our unmatched data-driven Legal Analytics. […]
The Lex Machina team is excited to announce the release of its Data Breach tag and enhanced analytics as part of its Consumer Protection module. Including nearly 3,000 cases, this important data set includes cases alleging harm resulting from the inadvertent or unauthorized disclosure of consumer data collected by the defendant. […]
The Lex Machina team is excited to launch Legal Analytics for New York County Supreme Court (“New York County”). This court covers Manhattan and is the first of five state court modules we plan to release that encompass the New York City area. Including over 119,000 civil court cases filed January 2016 or later, this is a significant venue for state court litigation. […]
The Lex Machina team is excited to announce expanded federal district court coverage, which provides users with access to all commercially relevant federal civil cases. Our users can now locate any federal district court case and ensure that it is incorporated in the generation of data-driven insights from our legal analytics on judges, law firms, attorneys, and parties.
Over the past ten years, Lex Machina has expanded to 16 different practice areas in federal courts, as well as an increasing number of state courts. With our current expansion, Lex Machina provides […]
The Lex Machina team is excited to introduce the new COVID-19 Impact Analyzer App (the “COVID App”). COVID-19 has impacted all aspects of our lives and the legal profession, and the uncertainty and speculation have been obstacles in moving forward. Lex Machina’s COVID-19 App can eliminate some of the guesswork […]
Lex Machina Launches Legal Analytics for Sacramento County Superior Court and Clark County Court (Las Vegas Area)
The Lex Machina team is excited to launch Legal Analytics for Sacramento County Superior Court (“Sacramento”) and Clark County Court (Las Vegas Area) (“Clark County”). Including over 170,000 combined civil court cases filed January 2016 or later, these are important venues for state court litigation. Located in the California State Capitol, Sacramento is a key court for civil cases involving government entities and businesses. Clark County District Court is the largest general jurisdiction court in Nevada, serving more than 2.1 million citizens in the Las Vegas area. Lex Machina provides […]
This year’s Patent Litigation Report celebrates ten years of legal analytics. With big changes over the last decade in the practice and business of patent law, the analytics tell some exciting stories. This report features federal district court data focusing on 2010 to 2019 overall, as well as a look at 2019. It also covers PTAB data from its inception in 2012 and a discussion of 2019.
Highlights in District Court include:
- Patent case filings declined slightly in 2019 after peaks in 2013 and 2015. While High-Volume Plaintiffs filed over half […]
The Lex Machina team is excited to announce Legal Analytics for Harris County. As part of the Houston metropolitan area, Harris County courts are important venues for Texas state court litigation. Lex Machina’s Legal Analytics for Harris County includes two modules: Harris County Court and Harris County District Court. Lex Machina provides valuable data-driven insights about judges, law firms, individual attorneys, and parties in state courts. Thus, practitioners can search for meaningful information from one court, both Harris County Courts together, or across all state offerings.
Legal Analytics for state […]