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US Federal District Court Case Activity Slows Amid Covid-19 Crisis, Lex Machina Analysis Finds

Global Legal Post, May 29, 2020

US Federal District Court case activity slowed in March and the first two weeks of April compared to the same periods in the previous two years as the coronavirus pandemic swept across the country, according to an analysis by Lex Machina.

Netflix is an Increasingly Attractive Patent Litigation Target

IAM, May 29, 2020

Netflix is one of the few companies to escape the coronavirus pandemic unscathed, with its shares rallying 33% this year as people turn to streaming platforms to beat the lockdown blues. But with success comes risk.

Nearly 300 Federal Suits Stem from Pandemic; 101 ‘Business Interruption’ Cases Filed; What’s Next?

ABA Journal, May 28, 2020

Nearly 300 federal lawsuits filed in the months of March and April stem from the COVID-19 pandemic, a number that is likely to continue to expand. Lex Machina found 395 new lawsuits using COVID-19 related terms over the two-month period.

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April 21, 2020

Lex Machina Releases 2020 Trade Secret Litigation Report Highlighting Ten Years of Legal Analytics

Lex Machina releases its Trade Secret Litigation Report based on ten years of Legal Analytics. The report reveals trends and strategic insights into the evolving practice of trade secret law in the wake of the federal Defend Trade Secrets Act (DTSA).

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.