Trellis Blog - Legal Analytics

Using Data To Help You File Better Motions

May 7, 2019 11:56:00 AM / by Tony Depa posted in legal analytics, research, judge bios, judge analysis, state law

 
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Judge Analytics: A Closer Look at Our Most Visited Judges

May 1, 2019 12:44:00 PM / by Caitlin Davis posted in california, decisions, judge bios, judge analysis, state court

Here at Trellis, we have been curious about how our visitors have been using our website. Last week we identified the most visited judge biographies as well as the most visited judge reports. Here is a closer look at our most popular sitting judges, the Hon. Mitchell L. Beckloff and the Hon. David W. Abbott.
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The Most Popular California Judges

Apr 24, 2019 12:55:00 PM / by Caitlin Davis posted in california, supreme court, judge bios, judge analysis

We became curious about the judges who are most interesting to our site-goers, when they are viewed, and how much of the web activity is dedicated to looking up judges. Here are some judge analytics....
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Research your judge's background

Jan 25, 2019 5:49:50 PM / by davidtrellis posted in litigation, Superior Court, judge bios, judge analysis, state court

Let's say you're planning to file a motion in state court. You'll have to tell your client about the judge, and you'll want to know how to tailor your motion. With Trellis you can get your judge's bio and a statistical breakdown of the judge's rulings.
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Does Anyone Have Any Intel on My Judge?

Dec 20, 2018 5:05:52 PM / by davidtrellis posted in judge bios, judge analysis

Nicole Clark, CEO of Trellis, tells us how to get info on our judge. Her technique is better than the convention....
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Search first

Dec 5, 2018 11:11:39 AM / by davidtrellis posted in research, search, judge bios, rulings

The internet has trained us to search for things. Whether it be food, news, reservations -- or your opposing counsel win-streak -- we are constantly searching. Search is so powerful that it guesses what you are about to type just with the few letters you entered. The data from other people searching informs what you will likely be looking for.
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