Lex Machina

Legal Analytics for Winning IP Strategy
We mine litigation data, revealing insights never before available about judges, lawyers, parties, and patents, culled from millions of pages of IP litigation information. 
We call these insights Legal Analytics, because analytics involves the discovery and communication of meaningful patterns in data. 
Our customers use Legal Analytics to win in the highly competitive business and practice of law. 
Corporate counsel use Lex Machina to select and manage outside counsel, increase IP value and income, protect company assets, and compare performance with competitors. 
Law firm attorneys and their staff use Lex Machina to pitch and land new clients, win IP lawsuits, close transactions, and prosecute new patents. 
Legal Analytics represents a paradigm shift for lawyers. 
For the first time, lawyers can combine insights gleaned from bottom-up data with traditional top-down controlling authority found in statutes, rules and court opinions. It’s new, it’s unorthodox and it’s extremely valuable. 
But Legal Analytics also brings lawyering back to its roots. 
It provides lawyers with facts on which to base opinions – the core element of good lawyering. Objective data replaces subjective “anec-data.”
Type
Subsidiary
Parent Company
LexisNexis
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Menlo Park, US
Lex Machina is headquartered in Menlo Park, US

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