Webcast: March 10 - Lex Machina. Lex Machina Releases Two New Breakthrough Apps for Its Award-Winning Legal Analytics Platform - Lex Machina. Damages Explorer gives unprecedented insights into damages awarded, and Parties Comparator highlights corporations’ litigation volume, performance, and outcomes to help attorneys win Menlo Park, CA – January 26, 2017 – Continuing the expansion of its successful Legal Analytics Apps™ offering, Lex Machina™, a LexisNexis company, today announced two powerful new applications—Damages Explorer and Parties Comparator—that instantly deliver critical litigation information to help attorneys win more cases and close more business. Leveraging Lex Machina’s award-winning Legal Analytics® platform, these unique apps instantly provide customized, data-driven answers to critical legal questions at the click of a mouse.
“Today, attorneys need data-driven insights to make sound legal and business decisions. Damages Explorer and Parties Comparator deliver vital information with unprecedented speed—within seconds instead of days or weeks,” said Josh Becker, Lex Machina’s CEO. The Lex Machina Story: From Start-Up to LexisNexis – Artificial Lawyer. Lex Machina is one of the most well known of the new breed of legal tech companies making use of natural language processing (NLP) and machine learning to help lawyers.
The fact that it is part of legal publishing giant, LexisNexis, has no doubt helped in this regard. But, what does Lex Machina actually do and how did it get to where it is today? Artificial Lawyer caught up with California-based CEO, Josh Becker, to find out more about how the AI legal analytics company got started and how it has evolved. The first thing to note is that Becker is not one of the original founders of Lex Machina. In a world where so many of the legal tech start-ups are still led by their original creators, non-founder CEOs usually indicate that the company has moved well beyond the world of parents’ garages and co-working spaces. This is certainly the case with Lex Machina, which actually got started as far back as 2007, a decade ago. The Origin Story What Happened Next The LexisNexis Connection So, what now?