Some firms are developing their own digital products; others are pairing with tech companies to provide web-based tools. But whatever the arrangement, lawyers see the value of offering online business tools to woo startups and satisfy existing clients. With a click, clients now have access to documents such as articles of incorporation, employee offer letters, nondisclosure agreements, stock purchase agreements, cybersecurity policies and more. In this Instant Insights, you'll see which firms are leading the innovation, what online products they’re offering and the advantages they’re gaining by providing clients with the tech tools they need.
Miriam Rozen | October 02, 2017
As law firms take advantage of evolving technologies to launch their own proprietary online legal tools, many are wrestling with a key question: How much should they be charging for them?
Gabrielle Orum Hernández | September 14, 2017
Atrium’s law firm will cater to the early stage startup community, while its software company will cater to its law firm. Atrium has been…
Miriam Rozen | September 26, 2017
As the massive Equifax hack continues to reverberate around the country—including with the ouster of its CEO this week—companies everywhere are feeling vulnerable to data breach risks. That's no surprise to Akerman partner Jeffrey Sharer, whose Miami-based firm launched a web-accessible portal 18 months ago that capitalizes on expanding data breach fears.
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