Blog2021-03-11T16:29:10-08:00

What are Outcome Analytics? The Best Way to Know What Happened in Previous Cases

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. […]

By |August 6th, 2021|Analytics Articles, Legal Trends|

Lex Machina Releases Police Misconduct Infographic

Lex Machina has released an infographic displaying recent trends in federal litigation involving police misconduct. The highlights include the total number of police misconduct cases filed from 2010 to 2020, the districts with the highest number of cases filed, and details regarding damages awarded by a jury verdict. […]

By |August 3rd, 2021|Legal Trends|

Webcast: Can You Trust Your Litigation Analytics?

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. […]

By |July 29th, 2021|Analytics Articles, Product|

Webcast on Trade Secret Report

On June 24th, Lex Machina hosted a webcast on the recently released Trade Secret Litigation Report 2021. Seth Gerber, Partner at Morgan, Lewis & Bockius, and Dawn Mertineit, Partner at Seyfarth Shaw, discussed recent trends in trade secret litigation and how the findings in the report affect their practices. The webcast was moderated by Gloria Huang, legal content associate and editor of the report. […]

By |June 28th, 2021|Legal Trends, Reports|

Lex Machina: The Only Legal Analytics Trusted by Attorneys

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. […]

By |June 22nd, 2021|Analytics Articles, Legal Trends|

Lex Machina Launches New Legal Analytics for Police Misconduct Cases

In May, Lex Machina released Legal Analytics for Police Misconduct cases filed in federal district court, including adding new remedies, findings, and damages. For this article, we analyzed filing trends, most active districts, findings, and case resolutions using this dataset and focused on the 49,652 police misconduct cases filed from 2010 to 2020. […]

By |June 17th, 2021|Product|
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