About The Lawyer Litigation Tracker

How to use the new Claims data function

The Litigation Tracker now provides claims data as an extension to an existing subscription. You can search and download comprehensive, aggregated data from every claim from 6 top UK high courts, as well as receive daily morning email alerts and follow progress on specific claims. The Claims function enables you to: Filter, view, follow claims […]

Report a log-in issue or an error in the data

Report a data error We take every care to ensure that the data on Litigation Tracker is accurate; however, if you spot an inaccuracy please tell us about it. Send your feedback to us via this email link. Trouble logging in to Litigation Tracker? If your log-in is not working or you’ve simply forgotten your […]

Create personalised alerts on Litigation Tracker

How to set up new claims and cases alerts Watch our short video to find out how to set up claims, cases and judgment Alerts by sector, or follow the instructions below: On the Claims and/or Cases pages, select your filter criteria from the ‘Refine’ box Choose a Claim/Case and click the Create New Claim/Case […]

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Do you have a question, query or complaint about The Lawyer’s Litigation Tracker data? Do you have suggestions about how to improve our service or topics to cover? Use this email to contact us, and we’ll do our best to help.

Our taxonomy explained

Our sector taxonomy explained Our sector taxonomy was constructed following three key principles: Using a recognised standardised classification system Enabling detailed classification of companies and non-corporate organisations Aligning with the key features of litigations in the UK We based our sector taxonomy on the Global Industry Classification Standard (GICS), a recognised and widely accepted classification […]

Our research methodology explained

The league tables and analysis in the Litigation Tracker frequently refer to the number of cases and the number of case days. Importantly, this only refers to cases for which a judgment has been handed down. This does not have to be the substantive judgment but incorporates any judgment relating to a case including interlocutory […]

Our data points explained

Case Case name Primary litigation type Secondary litigation type (if applicable) Case status Class action dichotomy Judgment Outcome Court Citation Case number Procedural type (if applicable) Judges Judgment date Hearing date Hearing days Summary Link Parties Claimant/Appellant/Applicant Type (individual or organisation) Name Sector Nationality Barristers representing Chambers representing Law firms representing Solicitors representing Defendant/Respondent Type […]