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Lex Machina Launches ERISA Legal Analytics Module

ERISA case outcomes are not employer-friendly, according to Lex Machina data. To protect companies when litigation over a company-sponsored benefits plan arises, attorneys need to be able to find and analyze similar cases that have appeared before their judge in … Continue reading

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3 Actionable Google Analytics Reports to Improve your Website [Guide]

There are many different reports and data contained in Google Analytics. In this post, we will highlight three reports that we find most helpful for taking actionable measures for website and marketing improvements. Traffic Channel Report This report can be… … Continue reading

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‘Context,’ Launching Today from LexisNexis, Applies Unique Analytics to Judges and Expert Witnesses

A legal analytics product being launched today by LexisNexis does something no other analytics product does: It analyzes the language of specific judges’ opinions to identify the cases and arguments each judge finds persuasive. The new product, Context, also provides … Continue reading

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Lex Machina Expands Its Employment Litigation Analytics with an ERISA Module

I’ve noted in a number of posts here Lex Machina’s continuing expansion of its legal analytics into new practice areas, particularly since its acquisition by LexisNexis in 2015. Today Lex Machina is announcing a new module that adds ERISA litigation … Continue reading

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Big data analytics and autonomous vessels – when will legislation catch up?

In a survey conducted by Reed Smith in the first half of 2018, industry participants predicted that big data analytics will be one of the most significant drivers of change in the shipping industry over the next five years. In … Continue reading

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