Complaint and Settlement Analysis

Strategic data from thin air.

Somewhere, buried deep within the long-lost ruins of a centuries-old insurance company, lies the holy grail of litigation analytics –  an accurate database with complaint and settlement outcomes.  For most, this El Dorado seems as remote a dream as electronic discovery to Oliver Wendell Holmes.  But what if the gold was hidden in your document management system the whole time?

Most legal departments and law firms sit on massive amounts of unstructured data like demand letters, complaints, and settlement agreements.  These documents, while not searchable or structured themselves, do contain a trove of strategically-valuable data.  Using tools like LexNLP and ContraxSuite, organizations are increasingly uncovering this treasure to build strategic analytics to support practices like product liability, professional liability, and labor and employment.

Analytics for Litigation

Build a strategic litigation database from thin air.

Search DoCUMENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS, shared drives, AND mail servers

Integrate with key systems and mail servers like iManage, Microsoft Office 365, Google Apps, and Exchange.   Find agreements wherever they live.

Identify key financial terms

Identify key financial terms like demand amounts, economic and non-economic damages, court and attorney fees, and punitive awards.


Identify key legal allegations in demand letters or complaints across practice areas like product liability, professional liability, and labor and employment.


Identify and extract key facts about plaintiffs, defendants, circumstances, and opposing counsel.


LexNLP and ContraxSuite include support for medical language, including databases such as ICD and CPT codes and descriptions as well as semantic models with medical corpora.


Do you need custom data models for specialized complaint or settlement patterns?  LexNLP and ContraxSuite are built for the task.

Learn more about ContraxSuite.

ContraxSuite is full of features and use cases.  Make sure you understand how a contract analytics tool like this can can help your organization.