Magic circle law firm Linklaters has signed up to Solomonic’s litigation data and analytics platform following a trial. The firm’s disputes team will use Solomonic to help it stay on top of English High Court litigation, adding Solomonic’s judgment analysis capability to their litigation toolkit.
The Solomonic platform enables users to track over 45,000 claims, 100,000 parties and 4,500 law firms, including insights on litigant behaviour across every court in the Queen’s Bench and Chancery divisions. It helps litigators to assess the risks and likely outcomes of litigation. It is also used to inform litigation strategy in terms of the sorts of application to make.
Rory Conway, a Linklaters dispute resolution partner, said: “We have been watching Solomonic for a while and the timing was right for us to bring their solution on board for our disputes team. We believe their litigation intelligence will help us offer new perspectives for our clients.”
Edward Bird, Solomonic’s managing director, said “It is increasingly the case that large corporates with heavy litigation burdens demand data as part of their decision-making process and it is encouraging that Linklaters have taken such a positive step in this direction.”
Solomonic was founded in 2017 and counts Herbert Smith Freehills and Pinsent Mason among its customers.