Lex Machina mines litigation data, revealing insights never before available about judges, lawyers, parties, and the subjects of the cases themselves, culled from millions of pages of litigation information. We call these insights Legal Analytics®, because analytics involves the discovery and communication of meaningful patterns in data.
Its customers use Legal Analytics to win in the highly competitive business and practice of law. Law firm attorneys and their staff use Lex Machina to pitch and land new clients and win lawsuits. Corporate counsel use Lex Machina to select and manage outside counsel and set litigation strategy and tactics.
Based in Silicon Valley, Lex Machina emerged from Stanford’s Law School and Computer Science department. The company is part of LexisNexis, a leading information provider and a pioneer in delivering trusted legal content and insights through innovative research and productivity solutions, supporting the needs of legal professionals at every step of their workflow. By harnessing the power of Big Data, LexisNexis provides legal professionals with essential information and insights derived from an unmatched collection of legal and news content—fueling productivity, confidence and better outcomes.
Legal Analytics Platform
Leveraging the latest advances in computer science, together with our in-house legal expertise, Lex Machina has created a unique Legal Analytics Platform that enables you to craft successful strategies, win cases, and close business. Our Legal Analytics® Platform is delivered via on-demand subscription.
Litigation World Reviews Lex Machina’s Legal Analytics Platform
Size Up Opposing Counsel: Whether you are working on a pitch or assessing a new matter, Lex Machina enables you to quickly uncover crucial insights on the litigation experience of your opposing counsel – law firm or attorney – and to start formulating potential strategies. Within minutes, you can analyze:
Legal Analytics Apps: Lex Machina’s Legal Analytics Apps combine instant access to analytic insights with ultimate ease of use. They deliver answers for specific use cases, such as comparing courts, judges, or law firms, early case assessment, motion strategy, and patent portfolio evaluation. These unique applications leverage Lex Machina’s Legal Analytics platform and our underlying data modules.
Damages Explorer: Damages Explorer builds on Lex Machina’s Legal Analytics platform to deliver the first-of-its-kind ability to search, discover, and compare individual damages awarded in any case. Analyze instances of damages awarded by a particular judge, in a certain court, and of a certain type, for example, Attorneys Fees in a specific district or Infringement Damages awarded by a particular judge.
Parties Comparator: Parties Comparator allows lawyers to compare parties by different criteria, such as litigation volume, performance, and outcomes. For each party being compared, the application shows damages, remedies and findings won and lost. This app is invaluable for companies to perform peer benchmarking and for law firms to better understand clients and assess prospects.
Join Lex Machina for a Live Webcast
During this 30-minute webcast our speakers will discuss how successful lawyers leverage Legal Analytics to win more cases and close more business.
Until recently, to gain insights into the behavior of specific attorneys, firms, judges, or parties, litigators had to rely on colleagues who may have personally dealt with them in the past. Today, winning attorneys use legal analytics to reveal trends and patterns in past litigation that inform legal strategy and anticipate outcomes in current cases.
November 10, 2017
Philadelphia Marriott Downtown | Philadelphia, PA
Mark your calendar and plan to attend the 2017 LMA Northeast Regional Conference on Friday, November 10, at the Philadelphia Marriott Downtown. Take part in the premier educational and networking event that will bring together more than 300 legal and professional services marketing and business development professionals from across the region!
The agenda will cover the latest trends and important issues affecting the legal marketing landscape in areas such as business development, communications, marketing operations and technology, and law firm management, among others.
Greet the ace: Josh Becker, CEO
As CEO, Josh leads strategy and operations for Lex Machina and is a thought leader on intellectual property trends and leveraging technology to improve practice of law.
Josh was part of the founding team of Dice.com and ran corporate development at Agile software. He earned a joint J.D/M.B.A. from Stanford University and a B.A. from Williams college.