Fastcase Expands Legal Analytics Capabilities with Docket Alarm Acquisition.
M2 EQUITYBITES-January 26, 2018-Fastcase Expands Legal Analytics Capabilities with Docket Alarm Acquisition
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26 January 2018 - US-based legal research provider Fastcase has expanded into the federal and state docket alerts, legal news and data analytics markets with its acquisition of Docket Alarm, the company said.
Fastcase said that Docket Alarm's advanced analytical capabilities, customizable real-time litigation alerts, case prediction indicators, and technology-driven research tools complement its quest to add unique, must-have content for its subscribers and provide legal analysis with contributions from firm partners across the country.
Docket Alarm, founded by intellectual property litigator Michael Sander, has been a disruptor in the legal analytics market.
Leveraging both a library of hundreds of millions of litigation records and its machine learning and natural language processing tools, Docket Alarm has quickly become a preferred analytics tool for identifying judicial trends and predicting litigation outcomes.
Docket Alarm provides analytical profiles on judges, parties, law firms, and attorneys, identifying win rates, time to decision, and even measuring gender diversity at law firms.
The firm's API gives other firms and companies the ability to leverage its existing database of PACER cases, alerting capabilities, and analysis in bulk.
Law firms, Fortune 500 companies, and market research and consulting firms rely on Docket Alarm to search, track, and analyse judicial trends in lawsuits and bankruptcies in federal, state, and administrative courts.
Its insight into the ITC, PTAB, and TTAB give intellectual property litigators unparalleled visibility. Its new state court analytics products give New York, Texas, and California litigators tools they have never seen before.
As Fastcase continues to build out its Analytics, Legal News and Alerts Services, products such as Docket Alarm, the AI Sandbox and Full Court Press will enable Fastcase customers to add and enjoy these unique services and content to their Fastcase subscription.
Fastcase co-founders Ed Walters and Phil Rosenthal continue to challenge the status quo in the legal publishing industry.
Founded in 1999, Fastcase has more than 800,000 subscribers from around the world. Fastcase is an American company based in Washington, DC.
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