Gavelytics was founded by litigators, for litigators and was built from the ground up to serve the needs of litigation departments, big and small.
Use Gavelytics for improved client pitches, case strategy customization (CCP 170.6 decisions, etc.), and better client communications.
Use Gavelytics to understand the judge’s preferences in motion practice and review the judge’s prior motion rulings for better research.
Use Gavelytics to better respond to office queries about judges and provide vastly improved research for the litigation team.
I’ve never seen anything like it. It presents really useful information in a compelling way.
Bobby Schwartz, Litigation Partner | Irell & Manella LLP
The Motion Analyzer tracks how a judge has ruled on over 100 different types of California motions, including summary judgment, demurrers, and motions to compel–all searchable by case type and filing party. Compare your judge’s ruling tendencies to those of the average judge so you can determine if your judge is an outlier–and what to do about it.
The Gavelscore score tells you at a glance whether a judge has ruled more often for plaintiffs or defendants in bench trials. No more guesswork about the judge’s most crucial decisions.
Take advantage of the wisdom of the crowds and see how often other parties paper your judge, all searchable by filing party and case type.
The Judge Summary page takes the most important judicial data points, like tendencies on summary judgment motions, discovery motions and docket speed, and puts them in a simple dashboard for easy reference.
The convenient Judge Information page contains a judge’s pre-bench career experience, bench history, office contact information, staff’s names, and courtroom rules.
Discover the average time to trial, average delay between complaint filing and the initial CMC, and average case length, all compared to the jurisdictional average. Plan your case strategy and better manage client expectations.
The Ruling Database is a searchable collection of rulings issued by trial court judges that enable litigators to see a judge’s preferred case law, depth of writing and reasoning, and overall experience with legal issues and motion practice. Write better motions by seeing what has worked–and not worked–in the past in front of your judge.
Gone are the days when the tendencies of your arbitrator or mediator are completely unknowable. If your arbitrator or mediator was a Superior Court judge, Gavelytics has analytics about their time on the bench, allowing you to discover how they are likely to behave in your dispute. If your arbitrator leaned strongly pro-plaintiff and rarely granted summary judgement motions while a judge, the odds are high that she will do the same in your arbitration. Don’t guess about your arbitrator; use Gavelytics and be certain.