Lex Machina, a LexisNexis company, has announced the addition of almost 800,000 civil cases to ts federal district court coverage. According to the press release this “gives users access to all commercially relevant federal civil cases in one place.” Lex Machina had previously grown its market share, segment by segment starting with the launch of the first Patent analytics module in 2010. There are now 16 practice modules covering 2 million cases. This is the first time they have made a “non-topical” expansion of the database. All of the modules offer analytics about judges, law firms, attorneys, parties and districts as well as specialized analytics for specific issues.
“With the addition of nearly 800,000 cases, Lex Machina is taking a major step forward in our mission to bring Legal Analytics to all areas of the law,” said Karl Harris, CEO of Lex Machina, “This is the most cases we’ve ever added to our system at one time, giving users new capabilities and insights into the entire court system.” The new tranche of nearly 800,000 offers new insights into a broader range of issues. The proprietary Lex Machina systems, including its Attorney Data Engine and Motion Metrics, analyse all the cases in the Lex Machina platform and drive the additional insights with the expanded coverage. Enhanced capabilities include: Continue Reading Lex Machina Launches Enterprise Platform Offering and Webinar Today