CORAL GABLES, FL, February 2020 – Momus Analytics, a comprehensive jury selection analytics software, has been recognized by The National Law Journal as a 2020 Emerging Legal Technology. The software notably uses a scientific methodology and data analytics to provide insight into how each potential juror will impact the decision-making process of the group.
Momus Analytics was featured in the second annual issue of Emerging Legal Technologies, a special supplement developed by The National Law Journal. The issue highlights young and leading technology companies that are innovatively changing the way that law firms and legal departments operate.
Today, Momus Analytics is being leveraged in the courtroom by plaintiff firms across the country. “We are thrilled and grateful to The National Law Journal for recognizing us as a 2020 emerging legal technology. Our mission is to empower plaintiff attorneys and firms through the power of data and analytics,” said Xavier Navarro CFO and co-founder of Momus Analytics.
Momus Analytics was built by Alex Alvarez, who started forming the Momus Methodology 15 years ago. To date, the Momus Methodology has been used in approximately $1 billion worth of client verdicts. Since the Momus Analytics software release last April, it has neared approximately $90 million in verdicts for plaintiff attorneys.
About Momus Analytics
Momus Analytics is a comprehensive jury selection software that provides unprecedented insight into a prospective jury by quantifying hundreds of risk factors in real-time to rank the best and the worst jurors for each case. Coupled with a management suite of tools for entry of juror information, seating charts, Voir Dire, and striking tools, Momus Analytics is a true all-in-one platform to manage every aspect of jury selection. For more information, visit www.momusanalytics.com or contact email@example.com for all general inquiries.