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Legalweek20: Déjà Vu All Over Again

Above the Law, February 13, 2020

This year’s Legalweek conference was the tenth that I’ve attended, and has it ever changed over the years. Gone are the days of barely clothed angels hired by an exhibitor to lure in attendees from the cold.

Lex Machina Launches State Law Modules in California and Texas

Legal Reader, February 13, 2020

Coinciding with the 10th anniversary of its award-winning Legal Analytics platform, Lex Machina, a LexisNexis company, announced an exciting new expansion into state court analytics. 

In-House Counsel Should Show Legal Department Data Analysis to Business Leaders

Corporate Counsel, February 5, 2020

Learning how to use and analyze that data can help general counsel show their value to the C-suite was discussed the collection and analysis of data on a panel at ALM’s annual Legalweek conference at the New York Hilton.

Upcoming Events

Complex Commercial Litigation Institute Summit

February 7-8, 2020
Waldorf Astoria Hotel
Las Vegas, NV

Chief Litigation Officer Summit

March 8-10, 2020
JW Marriott Marquis
Miami, FL

Awards

Changing Lawyer Award 2019

Press Releases

February 4, 2020

Lex Machina Celebrates 10 Years of Legal Analytics, Bringing Greater Knowledge, Efficiency and Transparency to the Legal Industry

Analytics are now an integral part of the practice and business and practice of law; company to finalize federal district court coverage and focus on state court analytics in 2020.

February 4, 2020

Lex Machina Launches State Law Modules, Extending Its Groundbreaking Legal Analytics to State Courts in California and Texas

Los Angeles County Superior Court, Harris County Court and Harris County District Court are the first new offerings; extensive new features for state courts include entity and document searching.

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.