￼February 9th, 2016
PacerPro Launches Litigant Profiler to Profile Litigants —
Analyzes Litigation Activity to Provide Competitive and Strategic Intelligence
PacerPro, the smarter way to use PACER, today announced the launch of its Litigant Profiler, a tool that provides a 360-degree view of litigation activity by companies, individuals and the lawyers who represent them. By tapping directly into PACER’s Case Locator system in real- time, the Litigant Profiler provides competitive and strategic intelligence that is not only thorough, but also up to the moment. Users are able to quickly and cost-effectively understand the litigation landscape thanks to PacerPro’s data visualizations and robust filtering tools.
Access to substantive documents, as well as the individual dockets sheets, is just a click away.
The Director of Library Services at Arnold & Porter, Jim Shelar, reports:
We tested PacerPro’s litigant profiler, which leverages PACER’s case locator service, against other legal search services we have (Lexis, Westlaw, Bloomberg, Courthouse news, etc.) and found that PacerPro retrieved more cases than any of the other services. The searching is much more accurate than the others and offers superior filtering capabilities as well.
Business Research Librarian Cheryl Halvorsen at Blank Rome reports:
I tested PacerPro’s service right after using another similar product. PacerPro brought back cases the other product missed.
￼John Digilio, National Library Manager at Reed Smith, comments:
With a few simple clicks, researchers can quickly and almost effortlessly generate a nationwide look at any party’s litigation profile. . . This is hot functionality, folks. Think of the time you just saved on having to compile that list yourselves!
Richard Reiben, who joined the PacerPro sales team after 32 years West/Thompson Reuters, comments:
The big players provide a lot of great functionality – but, no one can do everything. That’s where we come in, providing unique, high quality tools that effectively address the widely acknowledged pain points caused by working with PACER.
Interested parties are invited to contact Anna McGrane, head of sales, (firstname.lastname@example.org) to try the new feature out for free.