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Lex Machina's Consumer Protection Litigation Report 2024 analyzes the latest trends and insights from litigation that involves claims brought under a major federal consumer protection statute, claims under a consumer protection enforcement statute brought by a federal government entity, or data breach claims brought by or on behalf of a consumer in federal courts. It focuses on the three-year period from 2021 to 2023 and discusses emerging trends in general consumer protection cases, class action cases, FCRA cases, FDCPA cases, TCPA cases, data breach cases, and consumer protection appellate cases.

The report covers the following analytics:

  • Case Filings
  • Most Active Venues
  • Most Active Judges
  • Most Active Parties
  • Most Active Firms
  • Most Active Attorneys
  • Timing
  • Case Resolutions
  • Findings
  • Damages

This report presents data from Lex Machina’s Legal Analytics platform. Using artificial intelligence and technology-assisted attorney review, raw data is extracted from PACER (Public Access to Court Electronic Records), which contains documents from federal district and appellate courts. The raw data is then cleaned, tagged, structured, and loaded into Lex Machina’s proprietary platform. This report is prepared by the Lex Machina Product Team using charts and graphs from the platform. Commentary is provided by Lex Machina’s legal experts.

To see some of the key findings in the report, view our infographic.

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