Winning Case, Inc. is now closed, effective August 31, 2012. Thank you for your support. New services! Winning Case now offers Comparable Case Searches to help you identify lawsuits that are similar to yours.
Dig deeper than reported cases to find useful information that case be utilized for negotiating settlements, drafting pleadings, and determining outcomes of prior litigation.
Winning Case is also offering a "Quick Question" option that will allow you to obtain statistical data about a judge, law firm, or jurisdiction quickly and easily.
If you do not need a detailed statistical report, you can ask a Quick Question to find out how often a judge has ruled for the plaintiff, how quickly a jurisdiction disposes of patent cases, or how many jury trials a law firm has handled.
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With Winning Case, Inc. reports and services, you can:
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Winning Case, Inc. provides statistical reports for federal court cases. Our reports can be used for business development purposes, to help manage client expectations, and for case assessment. Stay ahead of your competitors and opponents by having hard numbers at your disposal.
üFind out your firm's "batting average" for all federal court cases. What percentage of cases have you won? üSee how likely your judge is to rule for your client üDetermine how many cases have settled or gone to trial and how quickly those cases were disposed
Save thousands of dollars and weeks of crucial time compared to attempting to create these reports yourself.
STATISTICAL ANALYSIS Disposition statistics for US District Courts by Nature of Suit, Judge, Attorney, Firm, including win rates for plaintiffs/defendants, average time to disposition, number of trials; motion ruling reports by judge
Reversal rates for District Court judges in the US Courts of Appeal
SAMPLE PLEADINGS Samples of specific document types filed in federal courts, such as Motions to Bifurcate Trial
RESEARCH Research and consulting services, special projects
Searches for comparable cases by key terms is also available
TRAINING Training on electronic filing in federal and state courts and agencies, creating PDF/A documents, and proper redaction procedures. MCLE credits may be available. Disclaimer: Winning Case, Inc. is not a law firm and is not engaged in the practice of law. None of the content on this website is intended as legal advice, and you should not rely upon any information on this website as a source of legal advice. If you are seeking legal advice, you should consult qualified legal counsel familiar with your particular situation.