Docket Alarm

Docket Alarm

5 / 5 1 review

Who Uses This Software?

Law firms, legal service providers, legal researches, paralegals


Average Ratings

1 Review
  • 5 / 5
    Overall
  • 5 / 5
    Ease of Use
  • 5 / 5
    Customer Service

Product Details

  • Starting Price
    $99.00/month
  • Free Version
    Yes
  • Deployment
    Cloud, SaaS, Web
    Mobile - Android Native
    Mobile - iOS Native
  • Training
    Webinars
    Live Online
  • Support
    Online
    24/7 (Live Rep)

Vendor Details

  • Docket Alarm
  • www.docketalarm.com/
  • Founded 2012
  • United States

About Docket Alarm

Docket Alarm runs full-text searches across millions of law-suits and can deliver real-time alerts to your inbox or mobile device.


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Docket Alarm Features

  • Administrative Hearings
  • Appeal Boards
  • Calendar Management
  • Case History
  • Collections Management
  • Court Cost Records
  • Defendant Records
  • Docket Management
  • Document Imaging
  • Fines Management
  • Jury Management
  • Subpoena Tracking
  • Warrant Tracking

Docket Alarm Reviews

Easy Litigation Alerts for the PTAB and Other Courts

Aug 31, 2015
5/5
Overall
5 / 5
Ease of Use
5 / 5
Customer Support

Comments: I am a paralegal at Banner Witcoff and have used Docket Alarm for almost a year. My specialty is in the Patent Trial and Appeal Board, a relatively new court set up in Washington D.C. that
focuses on inter partes reviews and Covered Business Method reviews. Some of my main responsibilities at work are to keep the attorneys notified of new cases, as well as distribute updates to the team whenever anything occurs in an active case.

Before Docket Alarm, the only way to track a case was to go to the Patent Office's website manually, every day, and see if anything new posted to the docket. This was very time consuming and laborious. The patent office's website can be difficult to navigate, and if you need to get updates for a dozen court cases, it could take an hour or more to check each one,
download any documents, and distribute them to a team.

Docket Alarm makes this process really easy. I just sign up for alerts, and they send me email alerts whenever anything new posts to the docket. The new documents are attached to the email alert, so I do not even need to log in to download anything, I just save the attachment into the team folder. Docket Alarm probably saves me several hours a week of monotonous work, so I can focus on higher level research and trial assistance.