The greatly anticipated 2019 Year in Review is now live!
One of our most requested features, the long-awaited Firm Comparison Report is now available to Plus subscribers. Enter up to three different law firms to instantly create the most accurate comparison of analytics for patent litigators available. These new dashboards display up to three simultaneous views of: Firm experience, including a heatmap showing where most of the litigation occurs for a firm Patent Accusation Outcomes Top clients represented Damages awards for and against the firms’ clients Injunctive relief for and against the firms’ clients Attorneys and in-house counsel can now accurately compare a [...]
Docket Navigator Decathlon In August of 2019, Docket Navigator held its first research “Decathlon” for librarians and researchers. The test consisted of 10 rigorous questions about patent litigation, and prizes were given to participants. The questions, as well as the answers, are now available as a training tool for all users. Click the link below to download the PDF. And stay tuned for more events like the Decathlon! View The Answer Key The Winners' Circle Grand Prize Winner LiMin Fields of Sterne Kessler won the drawing for the Grand Prize of $1,000 in Amazon Gift Cards. [...]
Since 2008, we’ve delivered more than 16 million copies of the patent Docket Report to attorneys, judges, and other litigation professionals. Today, more than 14,000 professionals receive the Patent Docket Report every morning, and they have created more than 90,000 custom daily alerts. We are pleased to announce that these popular features are now available for trademark, copyright and antitrust practitioners! The new practice areas include: The Docket Report - New case summaries with parties, attorneys, and law firms, with free links to the docket sheet and pleadings. The Docket Report also includes professionally curated summaries of every significant decision [...]
Jonathan Germann recently posted an article to the AALL Computing Services Special Interest Section website comparing two legal analytics platforms. The article includes a great list of questions/topics researchers should investigate before relying on an analytics service. Read more here: http://blog.cssis.org/2017/09/20/legal-analytics-researcher-beware/