Trellis, a company that provides legal analytics and research for state trial court records, has expanded its coverage into another five states, bringing its total coverage to 21 states.

Trellis has now added coverage for courts in Michigan, Missouri, North Dakota, Oklahoma and Wisconsin. In each of those states but Michigan, its coverage spans all counties. Michigan covers the counties of Ingham, Montcalm, Oakland, Ottawa, Saginaw, Washtenaw and Wayne.

The Trellis website provides a full list of state courts it covers, and you can click through to each state to see the courts covered within it.

Learn more about Trellis in the LawNext Legal Technology Directory.

Trellis offers two primary products: Smart Search, through which users are able to find court dockets, rulings and filed documents, and Judge Analytics, where users can find information about judges’ caseloads and ruling tendencies, including grant rates for specific types of motions and anticipated timing to reach certain milestones.

It also now offers the ability to search jury verdicts in selected states.

The company was launched in 2018 by Nicole Clark, a lawyer who initially began collecting data on judges for her own use while a litigation associate in Los Angeles.

Last year, it raised $14.1 million in a Series A funding round to fuel its expansion into additional states. Its total funding to date is $20 million.

Related: On LawNext Podcast: Trellis Founder Nicole Clark Says Court Data is a Litigator’s Secret Weapon.

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