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Pleading tags save time, simplifying litigation complexity.

Reviewing litigation dockets is time-consuming, especially for complex cases with hundreds of docket entries. Docket Alarm scans dockets for motions, pleadings, and other events, "tagging" relevant docket entries with intuitive pleading tags.

Docket Alarm's pleading tags distill complex cases into a user-friendly timeline, and provides efficient search and analytics tools. Review complex litigation in seconds.

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what pleading tags do for you ...

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Intuitive Case Timelines

Distill a complex case into a user-friendly timeline. Summarize thousands of docket entries in seconds.

Search filter

Search by Motion and Outcome

Easily find other granted/denied motions similar to those filed in your cases. Filter by judge, case type, etc.

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Federal Litigation Analytics

Litigation analytics can tell you what to expect from your judge. Quickly get grant rates and average time to order for your judge.

Innovation that drives litigation outcomes

The technology underpinning Docket Alarm's docket analysis comes from a decade-long R&D effort at legal-tech company Judicata. The technology parses legal language, analyzing the sentence context to determine pleading type, motion type, and disposition, e.g., granted, denied, and partial.

When a pleading is identified, we assign one of over 200 open data tags. The tags themselves are part of an open standard, SALI's LMSS 2.0. Tag information is available via free API download.

Currently parser tags cover federal dockets.

Who can access this feature?

Docket Alarm pleading tags, the interactive timeline, and searching by motion are included in flat rate accounts for $99/mo. Litigation analytics are an add-on for +$39/mo.

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