Lex Machina uses big data, legal analytics tools to help IP attorneys
After spinning off the business from Stanford, the newly formed Lex Machina kept its social mission providing free services for academics, judges and the federal government while proving use cases for both law firms and in-house attorneys.
By Rich Steeves|October 29, 2013
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