Lex Machina is excited to release its first ERISA Litigation Report. With over 86,000 ERISA cases in the Lex Machina database, the report highlights data-driven trends and insights to help practitioners quickly analyze and strategize in this particular area of the law.
The report focuses on the three-year time period from January 1, 2016 to December 31, 2018 to showcase recent trends in U.S. District Court. Additionally, Lex Machina looks at overall ERISA data, but also breaks down many analytics into two case types: Claim Denial and Delinquent Contribution. These are distinct areas of ERISA that function quite differently, and the data reflects these differences.
The report covers the following analytics:
Highlights from the report:
This report presents data from Lex Machina’s Legal Analytics platform. Using machine learning and technology-assisted attorney review, raw data is extracted from PACER (Public Access to Court Electronic Records), which contains documents from federal district court. 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.
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