Legal tech startup Lawpath has raised $7.5 million in a fresh round to ramp up its local and international expansion. The business previously raised $4.4 million in 2019 for its push into Asia, on top of $1.8 million in 2018 in an equity deal with US online law pioneer LegalZoom, and $1.3 million in 2015.… Read more »
Hello! How did it get to Friday already? If you’re in NSW, enjoy being able to visit the important people in your life, but still take care, ok? Here’s a few interesting things happening in the tech world. 1. Go Teams Microsoft Teams has nearly doubled the number of daily users in the past… Read more »
Online legal marketplace Lawpath has raised $4.4 million as it looks to push into Asia. Adcock Private Equity lead the round, which was oversubscribed and saw existing backers Pollenizer Investments, LegalZoom, Fort Street Advisors, Machdoch Ventures and Nick Abrahams, now head of innovation at Australian lawfirm Norton Rose Fulbright return The Sydney legaltech startup previously… Read more »
French startup Wonder.legal launches in Australia to provide businesses and individuals with templated legal documents
With documents for both individuals and startups, Wonder.legal works by having a user select a template and then answering questions to fill it in.
Australian legal startup LawPath has partnered with global law firm Norton Rose Partners to offer startups and small businesses fixed-price packages through its online platform.
LawPath raises $1.3 million; Cisco to acquire Lancope for $452.5 million; Alteryx raises $85 million
Another big week has seen Cisco announce its intents to acquire Lancope for $452.5 million, and IBM announce that it will be acquiring The Weather Company’s tech and product business. Advanced analytics startup Alteryx has raised $85 million, while payment services startup Marqeta has raised $25 million in a Series C round. Closer to home, LawPath raised $1.3 million, while Australian-founded startup Apptuto raised $500,000 in angel funding.