UniCourt is excited to announce that we are partnering with Justia to share PACER costs in a move that will benefit both organizations, UniCourt’s clients, and the general public.
The top ten ways court data will continue to revolutionize the legal profession throughout the next decade.
UniCourt is a leader in providing access to meaningful, actionable legal analytics made possible by entity normalization using machine learning.
UniCourt’s cloud-based SaaS platform equips GCs and C-Suite executives to remain informed, connected, and collaborative on current and future litigation.
What is the best predictor of future behavior? Past behavior. Use UniCourt’s legal data to power better background checks.
UniCourt provides users with easy to integrate Legal Data APIs, along with step-by-step instructions, code for constructing queries and sample API responses.
“Information is the currency of democracy.” This 4th of July, UniCourt recognizes the importance of access to information to our freedom and independence.
Pursuing real differentiation is critical in a climate of increased competition from other law firms and a growing number of competent legal services providers.
At UniCourt, we stand for improving access to justice and finding new and innovative ways to offer affordable legal services to consumers and businesses. By refusing to actively supervise the New Jersey legal ethics authorities, the Supreme Court of New Jersey failed to live up to the mandates of Midcal articulated by the Supreme Court of the United States, and may have opened the anti-competitive ban of Avvo Advisor up to further potential antitrust scrutiny.
Coordinating with your outside counsel, controlling your legal spend, and developing litigation strategies all just got a lot easier. UniCourt’s AI assisted data sorting, automated docket tracking and case management systems allow in-house attorneys to share information with outside counsel instantly, review relevant court documents from past cases, and receive automatic updates on new filings in their cases.