Today Bloomberg announced the launch of a new analytics
product that transforms data on more than 3 .5 million companies, 7,000 law
firms and all active federal judges into actionable insights. The product is positioned as strategic planning tool for litigators by analyzing   past patterns of judges behavior such as motion grants/denials and time to trial.

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Lex Machina is not a hard product to use. It is loaded with data and offers lawyers an infinite landscape of  data permutations. As I have often said “lawyers don’t want research products that make them feel like they are wiring a powerplant. They want to flip a light switch.” In 2014 Lex Machina launched three desktop ‘” apps”: the early case assessor,

Today Ravel Law announced the addition  of new features and extended judges analytics to cover opinions of appellate judges in 5 states.  I described Ravel’s core functionality in an earlier post Ravel Law: Legal Research Radically Reimagined. I also wrote a post when  Ravel  launched its  Judicial Analytics  product in April
2015. The initial launch offered analytics for federal judges.

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