Litigation is a complex practice of law, with many sub-niches requiring specialization in a particular field. However, one thing that brings all litigators together, regardless of their practice areas, is the adversary process. On this list, you’ll find ten companies supporting litigators both in and out of the courtroom, as well as helping in-house legal departments make more informed choices about who will represent them in court. From crowdfunding litigation expenses to managing IP dockets, it’s all here. Keep an eye on these ten companies that are sure to continue to make waves in 2018.
Designed by trial lawyers, for trial lawyers, CloudLex is the only cloud-based practice management software with an exclusive focus on plaintiff-side litigation attorneys.
The company did very well in its initial round of funding in 2016, closing $3.7 million in Series A financing.