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Legal Research

We hand-code every order with up to 29 different data fields, creating the most detailed, most accurate, and most comprehensive litigation intelligence platform available. Slice and dice the data, then drill down for actionable insights.

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Case Monitoring

Case alerts include much more than just new docket entries. They also include attorney-written summaries of the underlying court documents, so you know exactly what happened, why it happened, and what it means. Get the information you need, delivered to your inbox every day, with zero effort.

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Current Awareness

Stay current in less than five minutes a day. The Docket Report delivers a daily summary of new cases and recent orders directly to your inbox. Special Reports and Weekly Insights provide exclusive, deep analysis of litigation trends.

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Business Development

Be the first to know when a new case is filed. Then accelerate your response time with presentation-ready analytics about your firm and the judges, law firms, attorneys, and litigants involved in the case. Everything you need for early case-assessment and client presentations at your fingertips.

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Litigation Strategy

Chart a path to the best possible outcome with accurate, detailed, and configurable analytics on judges’ decision histories and your opponents’ litigation behavior.

Docket Navigator covers these practice areas:

Patent

Covers patent litigation in the U.S. district courts, the ITC, and AIA proceedings in the PTAB.

Copyright

Covers U.S. district court cases involving claims of copyright infringement.

Trademark

Covers U.S. district court cases involving trademark and Lanham Act claims.

Antitrust

Covers U.S. district court cases involving federal antitrust claims.