While several firms, including Allen & Overy and Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld, already work with the alternative legal services provider Factor, the company is now aiming to target firms across the Am Law 200 as well as boutiques doing transactional work.

The company on Tuesday announced the launch of a new deal work service for law firms, believing the moment is right to sell tech-enabled support services to firms for transactional work. Similar partnerships between firms and one-time upstarts are fully established on the litigation side.

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