Drawing on Bloomberg Law’s vast docket database and extensive company information, the Litigation Analytics tool enables users to search across both public and private companies to view:
1: Which Law Firms are representing a given company in federal litigation
2: Which Attorneys are representing a given company in federal litigation
3: The lawsuits the company has been involved in by case type
4: A jurisdictional breakdown of a company’s federal litigation
5: A company's federal litigation history
1: Law Firm
2: Law Firm Attorney
3: Law Firm Attorney by Case Type
4: Law Firm Attorney by Case Type and Jurisdiction
5: Law Firm Attorney by Case Type, Jurisdiction, and Litigation History
Company Analytics includes information for over 70,000 public companies and 3.5 million private companies, and allows users to filter out subsidiaries, view company profile information and view organizational hierarchies. Filters such as date, law firm, case type and jurisdiction further allow users to breakdown the data to help them identify insights and visualize legal trends for a given company.
Users can generate reports of company analytic data in PDF, Word, and Excel formats by clicking on the printer icon and selecting the charts and/or data they wish to download.
- Bloomberg Law’s Company Analytics is based on information from U.S. District Court and Court of Appeals dockets from 2007-forward, excluding criminal dockets and prisoner petitions. Case type information is generated from the Nature of Suit codes assigned to the individual dockets.
- Company representation information includes appearance information for over 7000 law firms included in Bloomberg Law’s law firm database. Company representation information is unavailable for law firms not included in Bloomberg Law’s law firm database. Where a company does not have any listed law firm representation on a docket or is represented by a law firm not included in Bloomberg Law’s law firm database, “N/A” will appear in the Law Firm column on the dockets table.