Funding

Legal automation startup Josef raised $2.5 million to expand globally

- May 17, 2021 < 1 MIN READ

Legaltech software startup Josef has raised $2.5 million led by Carthona Capital, alongside US-based The LegalTech Fund. The no-code software platform automates legal tasks, including document drafting, to offering legal guidance and advice, and users can even build bots for client interviews. Founded by two lawyers and an engineer in 2018, the startup previously raised… Read more »

Topics

A NSW court has confirmed that media companies are responsible for defamatory comments posted on Facebook

- June 3, 2020 3 MIN READ

Part of growing up is learning to take responsibility for the hurtful things you say. As a person who often says stupid things, I often need reminding. Defamation law reflects that lesson. When you say something that hurts another person, it can cost you. A recent decision has stretched this commonsense intuition. According to the… Read more »

Advice

Australian startup founders need to stop breaking the law when it comes to internships

- July 17, 2015 5 MIN READ

Over the last few years as our startup ecosystem has grown, it has become common practice for startups facing financial constraints to ‘offer’ unpaid internship opportunities to more often than not younger aged people. A lot of the time these ‘internships’ are built on the hope that it will lead to a paid job in the company, or at the very least give the incumbent ‘free worker’ some really great exposure on what it is really like to work at a startup.