Wolters Kluwer Expands Collaborative Partnership With Docket Navigator With New Securities Solution
The latest integration will expand connectivity across platforms to provide legal professionals with the most comprehensive litigation intelligence platform available
Wolters Kluwer Legal & Regulatory U.S. announced a new collaborative partnership with Docket Navigator to provide customers with access to Docket Navigator’s analytic and current awareness products for federal court filings. Building upon Wolters Kluwer’s existing relationship with Docket Navigator, this new offering will extend legal professionals’ access to valuable litigation data and alerts for securities law.
“We are excited to continue to expand the relationship between our organizations to provide greater benefits to our mutual customers,” said Ken Crutchfield, Vice President and General Manager of Legal Markets for Wolters Kluwer Legal & Regulatory U.S. “This new securities solution will help meet the needs of legal professionals by alerting them to key actions that matter to their practice and clients.”
Wolters Kluwer customers, who can already access Docket Navigator’s patent, trademark, copyright and antitrust offerings, will now be able to utilize the new Docket Navigator securities litigation solution through Wolters Kluwer’s Cheetah™ and RBSource platforms. The new offering supports advanced filtering by party, attorney, law firm, court, judge and type of action. Users can receive alerts that include key information about newly filed cases and summaries of the prior day’s relevant case filings, all with links to underlying source documents.
Docket Navigator is a data driven analytics company that provides solutions for legal research, current awareness, case monitoring, business development and litigation strategy for legal professionals across several practice areas. Its flagship Docket Report for patent litigation is known as a market leader and a go-to offering for patent and intellectual property attorneys in the United States.
“As litigation becomes increasingly complex and data-driven, there is a growing need for integration among complementary tools,” said Darryl Towell, CEO of Docket Navigator. “We are excited to build on our alliance with Wolters Kluwer for the benefit of our mutual customers.”