Hearing Analytics

Get a snapshot on how a particular hearing gets treated by decision makers

Judge Analytics

Find out everything you want to know about a judge for your next in-court appearance

Party Analytics

See a detailed breakdown of a party’s litigation outcomes, counsel representation and types of disputes

Counsel Analytics

Research litigation tactics of opposing counsel before you face them in court

Hire Counsel

Hire your next counsel based on their in-court track record

Advanced Search

Anticipate outcomes and damage awards for your next motion or trial, by facts, judge, counsel and parties involved

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Loom Analytics is a Canadian data analytics company that builds SaaS platforms for law firms and corporate legal departments.  Its products include the award winning Court Analytics platform, that provides quantitative outcomes for Canadian courts, and Structura, a data analytics platform for our clients to assess risk and anticipate outcomes for their own matters based on historical trends.

Every day, the Loom team is working to come up with new ways of empowering lawyers with case altering insights from legal analytics. Start using Court Analytics today with a free seven day trial!

Toronto-based start-up, Loom Analytics, has taken its legal data analysis tool into new territory by offering an application that helps law firms and companies to analyse settled matters that did not leave behind a public court record.

At many law firms, there is a lot of critical legal and business intelligence that’s buried in “dark data” – that is, the thousands of individual records, spreadsheets, and text files that are created during daily business activities. Structura’s platform helps clients organize and structure their records in order to make that data accessible and usable.

“We are excited to work with Loom Analytics to explore how these new tools can help us deliver better strategies and more reliable solutions to our litigation clients.”

"The insights that can be gained by our litigators, faster and more deeply using Loom, were too valuable an opportunity to pass up."