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Knowing the litigation history of opposing counsel allows you to anticipate and neutralize their arguments. Context Attorney Analytics gives you unique insights into opposing counsel’s litigation history by diving into the exact language used in previous arguments. Armed with this precise information, you can build a stronger argument while nullifying your opponent's.
Does the opposing counsel have extensive experience in a specific jurisdiction? What is their litigation history in motions and briefs similar to your case? Access detailed contact information, current and previous law firm work experience, litigation history and insights into previous arguments. Obtain more than high level attorney profiles to size up your opposing counsel.
Context, available on the Lexis® and Lexis+™ services, leverages advanced machine learning and natural language processing across tens of millions of legal documents and sources to deliver critical litigation insights you can’t get anywhere else. This advanced foundation, which already covers judge, court, company, and expert witness analytics, now extends to detailed lawyer backgrounds and beyond with Context Attorney Analytics.
Litigation history can be telling of an attorney's expertise and specific strategies. Powerful language analytics takes that further, evaluating the specific language of an attorney's previous arguments and connecting it to other related argument activity. If available, that specific argument language can be connected to a judge's decision, helping you craft your argument and nullify the opposing counsel's strategy before they even deliver it.
Powerful entity recognition and language extraction capabilities ensure you don't miss information that can strengthen your argument against opposing counsel. Have confidence in your argument with an in-depth attorney record at your fingertips.
Knowing how your opposing counsel may respond to your motion is invaluable. This advantage is now within reach with Context Attorney Analytics saving you time and making your research more impactful from the start.
You'll not only know how opposing counsel may respond, but also how a judge reacted to similar arguments in their previous cases. Explore how experienced your counterpart is on a particular issue and use that information to author more persuasive arguments.
Context Attorney Analytics also have benefits outside of a specific motion or brief. This same tool can be used to research potential hires to better understand their expertise. Finding valuable lawyer background information can help your organization determine if they bring the type of expertise that complements your team.
Litigation research is a laborious, yet necessary task for attorneys to craft winning cases and represent their clients to the best of their ability. Available on the Lexis and Lexis+ services, Context Attorney Analytics complements other valuable analytical tools from LexisNexis like Lexis+ Brief Analysis, Lexis+ Litigation Analytics, Lex Machina® and Lexis Verdict & Settlement Analyzer to make the legal research process faster and more efficient through data-driven law.
Pulling relevant information from multiple data sources saves time and ensures that you don't miss a pertinent detail when researching opposing counsel. With Context Attorney Analytics, information is pulled from bar associations, briefs, pleadings, motions, case law, dockets, jury verdicts and settlements and expert witness materials among other sources.
You'll find more than one million attorneys are represented in Context Attorney Analytics, including small law, large law, and a limited selection of corporate counsel and government attorneys. Explore the attorney record and litigation history you need with a user-friendly dashboard and customized reports.
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Leverage the only legal language analytics solution to supplement generic lawyer background information to help you form a winning argument. Analyze the specific language of an attorney's argument and connect it to other related activity relevant to your case. Context Attorney Analytics ensures your success with the most relevant, data-driven litigation history insights available.
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