It’s not exactly the legal community’s best-kept secret that ALSPs have made a name for themselves addressing process-oriented work inside the corporate legal market. But as law firms continue to struggle with the same budgetary and talent shortages faced by in-house teams, more ALSPs may be able to find new opportunities helping potential competitors—provided they are willing to pursue it aggressively.

Case in point: New law company Factor announced Tuesday that it was launching a legal transaction optimization practice geared specifically toward firms. The practice will offer services that include tech-enabled transaction management, document review and templated contracts.