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Here’s a List of Some Tech Tools Law Departments Are Using to Combat Nuclear Verdicts

Corporate Counsel, December 2, 2019

Here are some of the data tools and providers that corporate law departments are using to decide whether to settle or litigate claims, and choose which firms and which lawyers to put on cases. Litigation funders are using some of them, too.

How Legal Departments Are Using New Data Tools, Tactics to Fight Megaverdicts, December 2, 2019

The insurance industry is leading the pack when it comes to using this “Moneyball” approach to litigation and financial services, but other big companies’ legal departments are also using data tools in their decision-making around litigation.

Promoting Data Competency in
Law Firms

On Firmer Ground, November 18, 2019

When we consider just how central data and technology are to the legal profession, it becomes increasingly imperative to distinguish between data literacy and data competency.

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October 23, 2019

Lex Machina’s Consumer Protection Litigation Report Reveals Companies Paid More Than $34 Billion in Damages Over the Last Decade

Case filings rose nearly 20% over the last decade while class-action lawsuits tripled. Volkswagen paid more than $14 billion in consumer protection damages for its “clean diesel” claims.

August 27, 2019

Lex Machina Brings Data-Driven Insights to Business Litigators and Consumer Advocates with New Legal Analytics for Consumer Protection Litigation Module

More than $43 billion in damages has been awarded in consumer protection cases since 2009; Equifax, Volkswagen and Facebook among the seminal consumer protection cases

July 23, 2019

Lex Machina Launches Comprehensive Tax Litigation Module

Tax litigators now have access to detailed insights about the track records of judges, individual attorneys, law firms and parties involved in federal tax cases, as well as broader trends within the practice area