Set a Winning Patent Litigation Strategy with Legal Analytics® from Lex Machina ™

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.

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Win Lawsuits
Legal Analytics reveals meaningful patterns in data about prior litigation
Need to persuade a judge to grant a transfer of venue in litigation? See what trends emerge from all her transfer orders in prior cases. Need to predict how long a case will last? Lex Machina provides granular data about time to trial and time to termination for every federal judge. Need competitive intelligence about opposing counsel? Client lists, total open cases, relevant experience and other data is now just a mouse-click away.
Win More Pitches
The advantage begins with marketing and business development
Law firms use Lex Machina’s data and insights to quantify their relevant experience, compare it with their competitors and quickly assemble winning pitch decks. They use it to demonstrate specific subject matter expertise, familiarity with opposing parties and counsel, experience in front of a specific judge and available bandwidth.
Craft Motion Strategy
Examples of winning and losing motions
Successful lawyers use Legal Analytics to craft winning motion strategy. Motion Metrics makes it easy to identify motions and orders that are relevant to your case. Lex Machina provides you with examples of winning and losing motions and links together all aspects of a motion chain.
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Outside Counsel Selection
Now you can compare counsel to discover who really has the best experience

Have you been pitched by several law firms that all have “extensive expertise” before the judge in your case? Only Lex Machina can show you a comprehensive overview of each law firm’s experience before your judge, including outcomes for the client in each case. See what other companies your attorneys are working for.

Early Case Assessment
Actionable insights
When you get sued, you want fast answers to basic questions about the plaintiff and their law firm—without having to wait. Traditional research tools might be able to show you a list of your opponent’s cases, but only Lex Machina can show you actionable insights—like the average time to termination and outcomes of those cases—in one click.
Motion Strategy
Decide whether it’s worth filing an expensive motion
Lex Machina can show you statistics about the success of your potential motion, tailored to the sample of cases you care about. If your judge has only granted a motion to transfer 3 out of 50 times in the last five years, you might save your money by skipping that motion and investing in a different strategy.
IP Transactions
Are you looking to strengthen your IP portfolio through acquisition?

Performing due diligence or competitive analysis? Or exploring how to monetize your IP? With one glance you can view the litigation history for an entire patent portfolio, including the number of times each patent has been asserted, findings of infringement, invalidity, and unenforceability, and all damages awarded. Our Patent Similarity Engine lets you broaden your search, and discover similar, but unobvious patents. Analyze the litigation track record of potential licensees. Find out how often they have sought a declaratory judgment, were involved in litigation regarding royalties, or exceeded the scope of a license. Find companies that settle quickly, as opposed to those who aggressively pursue invalidity claims.

Peer Benchmarking
See which law firms your peers use, their case loads, time to trial, patent invalidity outcomes, and more
Are you worried that you’re spending twice as much money as your industry peers on litigation? Lex Machina’s unique Peer Company Analysis helps you to quickly and effectively compare your litigation behavior and the resulting outcomes to that of your peers.