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For Two Big Political Software Firms, A Cessation of Courtroom Hostilities

BY Nick Judd | Friday, September 23 2011

The years-long false advertising lawsuit between Aristotle and NGP VAN came to a close earlier this month when U.S. District Court Judge Thomas F. Hogan dismissed actions brought by both sides. In a memorandum released ... Read More

Battle over Use of Contributor Data Continues Between Aristotle and NGP

BY Nick Judd | Wednesday, July 21 2010

In a complaint sent to the Federal Elections Commission dated July 19, NGP Software resurrected its objections over how Aristotle software makes use of FEC data about political contributors. Read More

Finally, Facts Unsealed In Aristotle - NGP Court Cases

BY Nick Judd | Monday, July 19 2010

Aristotle and NGP Software, two of the political technology industry's top service platforms, have for years been in a long-drawn-out court battle in which each seeks a federal court's intervention in the other's ... Read More

Political Software Giants Battle Over Data Use, Branding

BY Nancy Scola | Monday, March 29 2010

The messy back-and-forth between two well-known DC-based political software firms, NGP and Aristotle, has reached at least one point of resolution. According to a press release being mailed around by the latter firm, the ... Read More

My Own Private SocNet: Defense Dept and Hill Get Customized Networks

BY Nancy Scola | Monday, July 20 2009

At Beth Noveck's event for her new book "Wiki Government" this afternoon in Rockefeller Plaza (write-up forthcoming), the deputy U.S. CTO for open government touched on an intriguing project called Aristotle, a ... Read More