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The IPLC was originally developed as an online research tool to provide real-time data on intellectual property litigation in the United States at no cost to scholars, policymakers, judges, and journalists—helping the citizenry, White House officers, federal judges, and others, see, evaluate, and ultimately improve the law of patents, copyrights, trademarks, antitrust, and trade secrets.
From the Lex Machina website:
The IPLC has been designed to make IP litigation more transparent, covering all (1) patent infringement, (2) manifest copyright, (3) manifest trademark, (4) manifest antitrust, and (5) certain trade secret lawsuits filed in the U.S. District Court from January 1, 2000 to the present.
- ↑ "Stanford Law School Spins Off New Venture, Offering Commercial Access to Intellectual Property Legal Data." Press Release, Benzinga.com http://www.benzinga.com/press-releases/b76740/stanford-law-school-spins-off-new-venture-offering-commercial-access-to-intell. Accessed on January 07, 2010.
- ↑ Lex Machina About page, http://www.lexmachina.com/about. Accessed on January 07, 2010