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Mar 28, 2019 11:05:00 AM / by Caitlin Davis

 Image of a computer, a glass of water, an iPhone, and a newspaper on a tableYesterday, we announced that we raised $2 million! Check out some of our press coverage:

 VentureBeat: Trellis Raises $2 Million to Predict Class Action Lawsuit Payouts

“Trellis began to gather data to do away with…the antiquated concept of relying on anecdotes from other lawyers to understand the judge they’re facing and how it could impact their client’s success in court.”


Business Wire: Trellis Launches Legal Intelligence Decision Engine with $2M Seed Funding

“Trellis radically elevates that standard of care for the legal profession, leveraging artificial intelligence and machine learning to help attorneys research issues and judges, prepare motions targeted to their trial judge’s preferences, and predict settlement ranges and class member payouts.”


LawSites: Judicial Analytics Platform Launches for California with $2M in Seed Funding

“Trellis…has over 5.3 million California superior court documents and dockets covering 39 of the state’s 58 counties, including all the major courts. It plans to add New York courts later this year and then expand to states such as Texas, Florida, Delaware and Illinois.”


FinSMEs: Trellis Raises $2M in Seed Funding

“When Trellis launches in New York in late 2019, the platform will be available to 25 percent of the nation’s 3 million lawyers.”


Above the Law: New Judicial Analytics Platform Launches with $2M Funding

“Trellis Research [is] a judicial analytics platform that claims to have the most-comprehensive database of California court records.”


socalTech: Trellis Takes $2M for Legal Litigation Tools

“[Trellis] has created a legal intelligence decision engine, which…gives litigators a ‘competitive edge’ in legal services.”


L.A. BIZ: Trellis Gets $2M Investment to Launch its Legal Research Platform

“Trellis Research said it has received $2 million in seed funds that will allow it to launch its extensive legal database.”

Written by Caitlin Davis

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