Docket Alarm

Docket Alarm now features new ways to get more from your data with SALI tags. SALI, or Standards Advancement for the Legal Industry, is an organization promoting a universal, interoperable system for tagging legal cases and documents. Docket Alarm’s API can now take advantage of SALI tags through two new AI endpoints – Area of Law and

Searching for a company’s litigation record is rarely as simple as entering a name and clicking “search.” Companies may be listed on dockets under dozens of variations— parent corporations, subsidiaries, business units, misspellings and more. Missing relevant search results is not the only concern either. Searches for common business names may yield overly-inclusive results, including false-positives

We are excited to introduce a new feature for our customers: customizable document titles in Docket Alarm alerts. This new feature allows you to tailor the titles of documents attached to alerts, facilitating seamless integration with your document management systems and automated workflows.  With customizable document titles, you can include various fields such as: 

  • Court Name

Docket Alarm is thrilled to announce the latest addition to our growing suite of OpenAI-powered endpoints: the Billing Rates Extractor. This game-changing tool enables users to quickly and easily access the hourly rates charged by attorneys, empowering legal professionals to make informed decisions and stay ahead of the competition.The Billing Rates Extractor leverages the power

Crafting precise search queries can be a time-consuming and delicate process, even for the most sophisticated of legal researchers. The beta launch of Docket Alarm’s new Smart Search endpoint seeks to streamline this process while optimizing the accessibility of even the most granular litigation data.The Smart Search tool converts plain language instructions into robust queries,

It can feel impossible to locate quality litigation data when crafting search queries from partial case details. Without a full docket number and court details, targeted data points can easily evade detection—obscured by the ever-rising tide of new cases and filings. However, Docket Alarm’s latest API innovation, the Case Matcher endpoint, harnesses advanced language models

We are thrilled to share a significant milestone in the evolution of Docket Alarm — our database now houses over 800 million documents and dockets, marking a momentous expansion that reinforces our commitment to delivering the most comprehensive legal research tool available. This achievement not only highlights our continuous growth but also our unwavering dedication

Docket Alarm’s state analytics have expanded to new jurisdictions, including major cities.Pleading tags, launched for federal courts in 2022, apply universal identifiers to docket entries, making it easier to quickly read a docket sheet. The pleading tags also power motion analytics, allowing users to learn how likely a particular motion type is to succeed. The newly

Exciting news from Docket Alarm: we’ve expanded our coverage in California! We now cover Mariposa, Mendocino, Shasta and Yolo counties, which includes the metropolitan of Sacramento. With these additions, Docket Alarm now covers a total of 31 counties in California, bringing us closer to complete coverage in the state.This expansion brings our total county coverage

Docket Alarm is thrilled to announce our expansion into the Tar Heel state: North Carolina. This addition covers 17 counties, including key cities like Raleigh and Charlotte. This expansion provides docket and document access to Superior and District Court data dating back to 2017.The counties now covered include Beaufort, Camden, Chowan, Currituck, Dare, Gates, Harnett,

Docket Alarm has expanded  Pleading Tags and Motion Analytics in state courts, adding coverage statewide in Wisconsin. Pleading tag apply universal identifiers to docket entries, making it easier to quickly read a docket sheet. The pleading tags also power motion analytics, allowing users to learn how likely a particular motion type is to succeed. The new Wisconsin

Docket Alarm’s latest update streamlines workflows and enhances decision-making by introducing the power of OpenAI’s models to our API. Beta access is now live for our first two OpenAI endpoints, Judgment Extraction and Ask a Docket. Judgment Extraction:This endpoint returns judgment information from any case in Docket Alarm’s library. Simply enter a docket number

Docket Alarm has expanded Pleading Tags and Motion Analytics in state courts, adding coverage in key counties in Florida and California. Pleading tags, launched for federal courts in 2022, apply universal identifiers to docket entries, making it easier to quickly read a docket sheet. The pleading tags also power motion analytics, allowing users to learn how likely

Docket Alarm’s latest integration offers the unparalleled capability for API subscribers to seamlessly connect public litigation data to Litera’s Foundation knowledge management platform.This service can stream our vast library and feeds of IP and litigation data directly into Foundation databases. This data stream enriches internal records and opens a world of possibilities, including options to:

Coming off the recent addition of Wisconsin State, Docket Alarm continues to expand its coverage to include Kankakee County, Illinois, and Rockdale, Georgia. Coverage includes the Circuit Court of Kankakee County, Illinois, and the State, Magistrate, and Superior Courts in Rockdale, Georgia.  With this update, our coverage in Illinois now spans four counties, while Georgia’s coverage