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Today  Lex Machina and LexisNexis announced the official release of a new topical area of analytics — Internet Law. This new federal practice area  includes data for any case with one or more claims brought under one of the following federal statutes: (i) the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA), (ii) the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA), or (iii) the
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The legal analytics platform Lex Machina, which is owned by LexisNexis, has again expanded its coverage, this time adding a Chapter 11 bankruptcy module that provides legal analytics for over 115,000 Chapter 11 proceedings.
The module includes the entire docket in any bankruptcy proceeding filed after 2009 in a U.S. Bankruptcy Court under Chapter 11 of the bankruptcy code,
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Lex Machina and LexisNexis announced today that it has officially released a Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Module, which provides Legal Analytics for over 115,000 Chapter 11 proceedings. It’s been a long time coming. Ever since they launched their Bankruptcy Appeals  Analytics  in 2017, customers have be wondering when Chapter 11 analytics would launch. Hooray! That day is here.
Excellent timing given
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Lex Machina, a LexisNexis company,  released  a new legal analytics tool “State Motion Metrics”. State Motion Metrics provides insights which can be used to develop a motion strategy or identify the best arguments in state motion practice. State Motion Metrics is available for four Delaware state courts, including the Delaware Court of Chancery. Motion metrics are also available for
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Lex Machina  pioneered the introduction of interactive litigation analytics for the law firms with the launch of the Intellectual Property product in  end uses. It launched as a project at Stanford Law School. Now a LexisNexis product, they offer  one of the most sophisticated analytics products in the legal market and  cover all types of federal, They are also
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Lex Machina has launched a new module of Legal Analytics for federal courts of appeal (“Appellate Analytics”). The module adds nearly 400,000 circuit court cases from across all 13 federal circuits. Until now the majority of federal analytics products have covered  trial courts — federal district courts. Litigators will be excited to learn that there is finally a source for
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In a notable expansion upward in the judicial hierarchy, the legal analytics platform Lex Machina, which is owned by LexisNexis, has launched Appellate Analytics — legal analytics for federal courts of appeals — giving users an end-to-end overview of what happens during litigation, from trial all the way through appeal, and enabling legal professionals to better evaluate the timing
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Potentially one of the biggest legal tech stories to come out of the Legalweek show in New York last week was the release by LexisNexis Legal & Professional of a new API Developer Portal. The self-service portal enables law firms to access some 99% of LexisNexis content – both raw content and metadata – to incorporate it into their
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LexisNexis Legal & Professional®,  is releasing a new API Developer Portal which will enables law firms and legal departments to integrate Lexis proprietary legal content,  news,  dockets, business data, and analytics from a variety LN products into firm portals, dashboards and workflows.  Business intelligence has been one of the hottest areas of law firm investment and innovation. For
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The legal analytics platform Lex Machina, which is owned by LexisNexis, has added a module for litigation involving claims under the Americans with Disabilities Act, as well as claims under related state laws. 
The collection consists of more than 90,000 cases involving violations of Titles II, III and V of the ADA, as well as claims under disability rights
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The legal analytics platform Lex Machina has introduced a “fetch” functionality that allows users to request and retrieve specific documents from state court dockets.
The functionality is designed to enable users to dig into the details of analytics research they perform on Lex Machina, obtaining specific motions, orders or other documents that can provide details beyond what is revealed through
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In a prior post  I reported  survey results on products to be purchased in 2020 and 2021.. which included a fairly broad spectrum of products. Major vendors Lexis, Westlaw, Bloomberg and Wolters Kluwer were evenly represented at the top of the list. There were dozens of additional products identified by one or two responders. Today I am reporting on responses
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Lex Machina and LexisNexis is announcing the release of the seventh California county: Orange County Superior Court. Los Angeles County Superior Court, Sacramento County Superior Court, San Diego County Superior Court, Riverside County Superior Court, San Bernardino County Superior Court, Alameda County Superior Court.
These counties are key courts for civil cases involving contracts, torts, employment, and other civil matters,
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