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.
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.
Co-Founder of Pandora Jewellery, Brook Adcock, has invested $600,000 into Australian online legal services startup, LawPath, saying the startup is disruptive and has the potential to scale beyond Australia.
Last week, LawPath announced a partnership with leading legal content and technology provider, LexisNexis Pacific in a bid to assist firms with the commoditisation of the profession. They will now be offering LexisNexis customers access to LawPath’s innovative lead generation platform as part of their workflow.
It is almost impossible to find a date in the calendar that has not been chosen to be a remembrance or observation day of some description. Later this month we have International Sword Swallowers Awareness Day, while November 4 sees in National Chicken Lady Day (proclaimed by President Bush) and just two days later, National Men Make Dinner Day. Well this week is Privacy Awareness Week and the Privacy Commissioner, Timothy Pilgrim, has take the opportunity to send very stern warnings to businesses that do not change their privacy practices to comply with the new privacy laws which take effect from April next year.
Leading Internet incubator, Pollenizer, is set to disrupt the $20 Billion pa legal market with its new online legal platform, LawPath. Small and medium technology businesses in Australian are eagerly taking up the subscription, accounting for more than 50% of new signups.