ARLINGTON, VA (October 22, 2018) — Bloomberg Law’s enhanced Litigation Analytics tool now enables users to search, review, and analyze company representation information for more than 100,000 attorneys at over 775 law firms. The addition of this wealth of attorney data—which complements Litigation Analytics’ existing judicial, company, and law firm analytics—enables attorneys at law firms to quickly gain intelligence on their competition and chart winning legal strategies. The tool can also be used by in-house legal departments to help them evaluate and select the right outside counsel.
Litigation Analytics provides unique insights into an attorney’s experience representing companies in federal courts with integration across Bloomberg Law’s comprehensive dockets, case law database, and news. As with all enhancements made to its platform, Bloomberg Law offers attorney analytics at no additional cost to all current subscribers.
With access to attorney information in Litigation Analytics, legal professionals can answer questions such as:
- What companies has an attorney represented?
- What is an attorney’s areas of expertise and practice areas?
- What is the trend of an attorney’s litigation?
- In which jurisdictions does an attorney have experience litigating?
“Our first iteration of Litigation Analytics was released just two years ago, and we have continued to expand our depth and breadth, making Bloomberg Law the go-to platform for AI-powered analytics,” said Joe Breda, president of Bloomberg Law. “The addition of expansive attorney data to our suite builds on this strength. Our investment in enhancing tools like Litigation Analytics and creating new ones like our award-winning Points of Law demonstrate our commitment to leveraging the latest technologies to continuously innovate and provide the cutting-edge technology, content, and expertise that our customers have come to expect.”
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