Lex Machina’s Legal Analytics for Trademark Litigation enables attorneys and mark owners for the first time to make data-driven decisions about federal trademark case strategy and tactics. Now you can use quantified insights into the behavior of district court judges, opposing parties, and opposing counsel to gain competitive advantage in trademark litigation.
Lex Machina’s trademark data lets you analyze federal cases with one or more claims involving Lanham Act violations, including claims of trademark infringement, trademark dilution, unfair competition, or cybersquatting, including declaratory judgment actions.
- Analyze judgment resolutions for claimants and claim defendants (default, consent, judgment on the pleadings, summary judgment, trial, JMOL), procedural resolutions (dismissal, consolidation, severance, transfer, stay), likely settlements (plaintiff voluntary dismissal, stipulated dismissal)
- Drill into findings, such as Lanham Act violation, fair use, ownership/validity, equitable defense
- Assess statutory damages (including for willful infringement), trademark owner’s actual damages, infringer’s profits, corrective advertising, attorneys’ fees, costs, prejudgment interest
- Review remedies, such as seizure/destruction of goods, termination of mark, relinquish domain name, preliminary injunction, permanent injunction, temporary restraining order