NEW YORK, Aug. 1, 2014 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- In its August 2014 cover story, ALM's Law Technology News provides an instructive look at how NexLP, an e-discovery startup company, captured the attention and support of venture capitalists.
"The success of NexLP at Techstars Chicago, a top business accelerator for startup companies, offers a possible roadmap for other legal technology companies in pursuit of VC money and support," said LTN Editor-in-Chief Monica Bay. "NexLP was one of 10 companies selected from 705 applicants for a three-month 'boot camp' and funding. We also explore how key law firms are supporting the program, helping both Techstars and the new companies."
On a similar theme, the new issue of LTN also includes a feature article – "Launch Pad" – that follows a four-year journey that brought two competitors together in order to develop and launch a new trial presentation tool.
The August 2014 issue of LTN is available online now at www.lawtechnologynews.com.
Other editorial highlights address the following topics:
- Why Big Law and five key associations are strongly opposing the recent decision by the Texas Bar to ban the non-lawyer job titles of "officer" or "principal" in the state.
- Silicon Valley rising stars argue for the need to make legal documents, especially court files, readable by machines.
- Highlights of the recent 2014 LegalTech West Coast conference.
- How Big Law is transforming its cybersecurity policies and is no longer ridiculed as the "underbelly" of risk management.
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