One of the best features that Lex Machina provides for Intellectual Property attorneys is their increased accuracy of information pulled from PACER. The improvements that Lex Machina has made on Cause-of-Action (CoA) and Nature- of-Suit (NoS) codes entered into PACER make it an invaluable resource to clearly identify relevant matters and weed out irrelevant cases.

Earlier this week, I had the honour of attending the SLA (Special Library Association – for the non-librarian 3 Geeks crowd) Annual Conference in Chicago.  As one of the competitive intelligence guest Geeks, it should come as no surprise that I mostly spent my time at the CI Division sessions.  Each CI session was was

Some good friends of mine sent me a link to an interesting blog post about Competitive Intelligence (CI). The post, written by Eric Garland, is a fascinating interpretation of not only the process of CI but the way CI is received by the decision makers. The author seems frustrated that the intelligence and analysis