Press release

Enyo Law bolsters its advice for clients with Solomonic litigation analytics

Specialist disputes firm Enyo Law has selected Solomonic’s case analysis database to bring a further and more precise data dimension to its litigation practice.

The decision is further evidence that the UK Disputes sector is embracing the use and value of data and analytics to enhance litigation practice and decision-making.

Senior Partner, Simon Twigden said, “Litigation is inherently uncertain. Solomonic’s data and analysis mean we can bring a whole new layer of insight to our advice that can be of material benefit to our clients in determining if, when, and how to litigate.”

Gideon Cohen, Solomonic co-founder commented, “We are delighted that Enyo Law has chosen to work with us. They have a formidable reputation and we believe the addition of our data and analytics will have a material benefit for the expertise they provide and the outcomes they deliver for their clients.”


Enyo Law is a specialist disputes firm with an outstanding reputation for achieving success for its clients. Founded in 2010 with the objective of creating a leading conflict-free disputes practice, Enyo Law has built on the results achieved by its dynamic team to become one of the largest and most successful disputes firms in the City.

AxiaFunder and Solomonic litigation analytics, partner to deliver a new generation of financing decision-making

Commercial Litigation Crowdfunding Platform, AxiaFunder and Solomonic litigation analytics have agreed a partnership where Solomonic will provide AxiaFunder with the statistical data to support their case evaluation and due diligence Workflows.  

Cormac Leech, founder and CEO of AxiaFunder said, “for us moving to a process for determining funding that is based on rigorous data is critical to our business model and Solomonic’s data and analysis in unrivalled in the UK market.”  He added, “Our goal is to transform litigation funding by introducing a wider group of sophisticated investors to litigation assets that traditionally haven’t been funded in this way.  To do that we have to have more dynamic case evaluation supported by data, rather than relying solely on the traditional approaches still in use in the sector. “

AxiaFunder adopts a comprehensive, six-part review in selecting cases eligible for funding by investors, with the prospects for success fundamental to the decision. AxiaFunder will use Solomonic’s robust and extensive Commercial data set and outcome calculators to help determine relevant base rates for the claim type both to inform the review and as part of their due diligence before any claim is promoted to potential investors.

Gideon Cohen, Solomonic co-founder commented: “we are delighted to be partnering with AxiaFunder. Their approach is transformational and because our data is so rigorous and brings so much additional value, will make a meaningful contribution to the proposition they offer to investors in litigation financing.” 

About AxiaFunder:

AxiaFunder is an online crowdfunding platform that connects investors with carefully vetted commercial litigation opportunities that AxiaFunder believe have the potential to generate attractive risk-adjusted returns. Each selected case is made individually available for investment through a bond or equity investment. AxiaFunder's team have a combined 40+ years of financial experience and a combined 30+ years of litigation experience. AxiaFunder is focusing on the smaller end of the commercial litigation market (mainly in the UK and continental Europe) where they believe there is a significant shortage of capital and many clearly viable cases.

AxiaFunder is a trading name of Champerty Limited (FRN 811606), an appointed representative of Share In Ltd, which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FRN 603332).

Herbert Smith Freehills harness power of data analytics

Herbert Smith Freehills has launched a pilot to evaluate how data extracted from judgments and smart analytics might help prepare clients facing litigation.

The firm has partnered with Solomonic, a data and analytics platform, to provide its lawyers with hard data and analytics on all the sitting judges in the Commercial Court – as well as the most recent eight retirees – going back more than fifteen years.

Combined with the litigation experience Herbert Smith Freehills’ lawyers have and existing analytical tools already in use by the firm to assist in strategic decision-making, this new tool will enable the firm’s lawyers to map-out the historic pattern of rulings for particular judges.

The platform will also allow the firm to cut the data to analyse judicial decisions by: type of case or application; the relationships between outcomes and factors such as counsel team size, make-up and the type of evidence involved; attitudes towards styles of legal submissions, expert evidence and practitioner texts; and the different judges’ track records on appeals.

Led by Herbert Smith Freehills Partners Alex Oddy and Donny Surtani, the pilot will be used to assist with tactical decision making around an approach to a matter and used as added statistical support when advising clients.

Commenting on the pilot, Donny said: “We help our clients with a wide range of large-scale commercial litigation across the globe. Providing pragmatic advice that is supported by rigorous data and analytics will assist us in supporting them in managing those disputes, confident that we will guide them to the most commercial resolution.

“Increasingly, litigation decisions in the USA and other jurisdictions are being informed by robust data and statistical analysis. This is an opportunity for us to bring the same thinking and approach to the English High Court.”

Solomonic Co-Founder Gideon Cohen added: “We are delighted to be working so closely with Herbert Smith Freehills. In addition to their global reputation, their business orientation makes them a natural proponent of a data supported approach to managing disputes.

“We know that litigation work consists of a series of complex and finely balanced decisions. Utilising our smart data and analytics dashboard adds valuable statistical context and insight at each of those key decision-points. All of that adds up to a very material advantage when seen across the lifetime of a case.”

Stewarts embraces data science with legal-tech start-up, Solomonic

Litigation law firm Stewarts has announced that their Commercial Disputes group will be working with litigation analytics and research start-up Solomonic, to pilot the release of their new platform.

Stewarts are exploring how data science and litigation analytics can add to their case preparation and strategy.

Julian Chamberlayne, Stewarts KM & Compliance Partner says: “A key part of litigating successfully is making the best possible decisions on everything from tactics to personnel, from arguments to settlement or taking a case to trial. The outcome of cases is influenced by the cumulative effect of those decisions. We look forward to collaborating with Solomonic as they continue to develop an analytics platform which we anticipate will give our litigators data and insight that will help inform the advice we provide to clients.”

He adds, “The use of data extracted from judgments, and smart analytics derived from that data, is one more way to supplement our expertise and further enhance our innovative approach to litigation – including litigation funding”.

For Solomonic, the opportunity to work with the UK’s largest litigation-only law firm will bring significant value and insight to the development of its analytics and research offering, planned for commercial launch to the wider legal sector in the autumn.

Solomonic Co-Founder Gideon Cohen said: “We are delighted to be working so closely with Stewarts. They are driven by a desire to get the best possible outcomes for their clients, and we believe that our innovative smart data and research tools will provide them with significant value.”

Behavioural scientist, Dr Henry Stott, Co-Founder of Solomonic and CEO of Decision Technology said, “We have developed a meticulous process for extracting high quality data from court documents and have observed reliable and interesting patterns within that data which support statistical and algorithmic modelling.  This has yielded significant insights for litigators.”