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Introducing new features on Litigation Analytics

Litigation Analytics on Westlaw Edge already provides data-driven insights on judges, courts, attorneys, law firms, and case types across the most practice areas so you can better manage client expectations and build the strongest case strategy.

With the latest enhancements, you can find the most relevant judge, attorney, and law firm information from a single page and even compare judges to the court average, plus fully understand what coverage is included and dive into new case types to help you research more efficiently.

Check out these new reasons to start with Litigation Analytics for your next case.

  • New active judges page. Quickly understand the context of your judge compared to the court average, compare two judges, or apply new dynamic filters to narrow your results.
  • New judge overview page. Get the most relevant highlights for your judge, including a judge’s propensity to rule in favor of the plaintiff or defendant on a particular type of motion, length of time until an order is issued, experience with various case types, appeals of this judge’s decisions, and recent federal activity.
  • New attorney overview pageStay ahead of your opposing counsel with the most relevant insights on a single page, including experience by case types and courts, motion success, top motions, grant rates, recent activity, and biographical information. 
  • New law firm overview page. Highlight your firm’s experience and success rate or evaluate outside counsel with the most relevant law firm information, including experience, motion success, top motions, grant rates, recent activity, and biographical information.
  • New Case Types. Start with new case types, including Public Health Emergencies and Civil Rights, to quickly get the legal information you need related to your matter.
  • Better transparency. Easily toggle between state and federal analytics separately, get more detailed coverage information on each page, and see full details on what’s included with an enhanced coverage map accessible from any Litigation Analytics page.

 

Explore what's new

New active judges page

Quickly scan court averages representing the average for the judges shown on the page. Also, see individual judge analytics below in separate cards.

Filtering on active judges tab

Apply dynamic filters to narrow your results. Filters include case type, judge type, and date.

Edit display options

Control how much court average information displays within the results. Options include show icon only, show icon and number, and hide all court averages.

Change motion type

Change which motion type displays on court overview using the “Change motion type” button. Judge analytics and court average update based on the motion type selected.

New judge overview page

Get the most relevant highlights for your judge, including a judge’s propensity to rule in favor of the plaintiff or defendant on a particular type of motion, length of time until an order is issued, experience with various case types, appeals of this judge’s decisions, and recent federal activity.

Tailor judge analytics

Narrow results using filters, including case type, court, and date. The judge’s analytics update based on the filters applied.

New law firm overview page

See a law firm’s snapshot from a single page, including experience, motion success, top motions, grant rates, recent activity, and biographical information. Further filter the results with new dynamic filters.

New attorney overview page

View the most relevant information for any attorney, including experience by case types and courts, motion success, top motions, grant rates, recent activity, and biographical information. Filter by case type, jurisdiction, judge, filing role, and filing date.

New Case type

Start your research with a relevant case type by entering it into the global search box. With the new Civil Rights case type, you can further narrow your search by different sub-types, including Police Conduct, Prosecutorial Conduct, and Constitutional Rights. Public Health Emergencies is also now available.

Federal and state toggle

Access state or federal analytics by using the toggle at the top of the page. This separation applies to analytics for judges, attorneys, law firms, and case types. Plus, get more detailed coverage information on each page.

Coverage map

From each page on Litigation Analytics, you can link to the new coverage map. Get coverage details, including full court listing and type of coverage, state and federal data coverage at the county level, explanation of coverage, and summary of county coverage within each state.

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