Investors and Traders
A source for due diligence and event-driven investment opportunities
“Total gamechanger. Super easy to monitor court dockets. It has led to more than a few profitable investment ideas.”
We provide real-time court data to investors, traders, hedge funds, distressed investors, restructuring professionals, private equity funds, equity analysts, special situations investors, and family offices.
Predict marketing-moving litigation and bankruptcy events
Get access to litigation and bankruptcy actions with market-moving impact. Some notable past events:
BioDelivery Sciences posts a record gain after favorable court rulingDec. 20, 2021 - $BDSIBioDelivery Sciences International, Inc. et al v. Alvogen Pb Research & Development LLC et al, No. 1:18-cv-01395 (D. Del.)
Apple Stock Fell After Judge Issues a ‘Legal Blow’ Against App StoreSept. 10, 2021 - $AAPLEpic Games, Inc. v. Apple Inc., No. 4:20-cv-05640 (N.D. Cal.)
PG&E Shares Gain As Bankruptcy Judge Orders MediationOct. 29, 2019 - $PCGPG&E Corporation, No. 3:19-bk-30088 (Bankr. N.D. Cal.)
Time Warner shares shoot higher after judge rules in favor of merger with AT&TJun. 12, 2018 - $TUnited States of America v. AT&T Inc. et al, No. 1:17-cv-02511 (D.D.C.)
Track court activity involving publicly traded companies
Understanding corporate litigation risk is critical for investors. This is especially true for entities with significant IP assets, such as biotechnology, pharmaceutical, software, and hardware companies.
Other events include anti-trust actions against proposed mergers, mass tort class actions, and Chapter 11 bankruptcies and restructurings.
The only way to stay on top of these developments is to monitor the court docket. Accessing PACER directly is not a viable option because PACER does not support automated tracking and alerts.
PacerDash provides a streamlined point of access for this data. Our best-in-class docket monitoring software will automatically track every case in your dashboard, and send you an alert when we detect new activity, with the lowest possible latency.