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 real-world litigation [...]
The Lex Machina team is excited to launch Legal Analytics for litigation involving False Claims (the “False Claims Module”). False Claims litigation centers on the allegations of fraud against the government by a person or company. It is a key area of law in which transparency and understanding are crucial. [...]
The Lex Machina team is excited to launch Legal Analytics for litigation involving the Americans with Disabilities Act. These cases include claims under the Americans With Disabilities Act (the “ADA”), as well as related claims under state law (together, the “ADA Module”).This expanded case set includes more than 90,000 cases [...]
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. [...]
On September 2, 2021, Lex Machina hosted a webcast on the recently released Contracts Report 2021. The webcast featured guest speakers Case Collard (Partner at Dorsey & Whitney) and Karen Chadwick (author of the report and Legal Data Expert at Lex Machina), with moderator Neil Magenheim (Director of Client Relations [...]
Lex Machina is proud to release its 2021 Contracts Litigation Report, which examines contracts litigation trends in federal district court. This report focuses on the three-year period from 2018 to 2020 and surveys emerging trends in case filings (including franchise and negotiable instrument case filings), timing, damages, and the impact [...]
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.