Lex Machina Adds Analytics for ADA Cases


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…

Lexis+ Gets Litigation Analytics for Data-Based Insights on Courts, Judges and Counsel


LexisNexis has enhanced its Lexis+ premium legal research platform with the addition of litigation analytics, which provide data-driven insights into judges, courts, attorneys and law firms, in both federal and state courts.

LexisNexis officially launched Lexis+ last September, positioning it as a higher-end alternative to its existing Lexis Advance research platform (now renamed…

LexisNexis Adds Companies to its Context Analytics on Lexis Advance


Sixteen months ago, LexisNexis introduced Context, an analytics product that did what no other analytics product did, which was analyze the language of a judge’s opinions to identify the cases and arguments the judge finds persuasive. Later, it expanded Context to cover not just individual judges, but also entire courts.

Today, LexisNexis is launching…

LawNext Episode 63: Legal Analytics Super Session from #Legalweek20


The growing use of legal analytics is rapidly transforming the practice of law. Within law firms, analytics drive litigation strategy, business development efforts, and hiring decisions. Within corporate legal departments, analytics drive outside counsel hiring and internal business operations. 

In a special episode of LawNext recorded live during