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Everlaw Achieves FedRAMP Security Authorization for Government-Wide Use

July 30, 2020

Everlaw announced today that its litigation and ediscovery platform has achieved FedRAMP Authorization. The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) has been securely using Everlaw since March for ediscovery, collaboration, and document review for productions, investigations, and litigation. Now, with this authorization, Everlaw's platform is one of the select few cloud-native software solutions that has met the criteria enabling any government agency to adopt its services.

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16 Expert Tech Tips For Newcomers And Nonspecialists

June 17, 2020

When it comes to technology, most people are happy to use it to improve their productivity or lifestyle but have a limited understanding of many of its finer details. These may include how new technology is created, what cutting-edge solutions are out there or even what applications technology experts think are really the best.

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This CEO’s Rule: Nothing Important Can Happen Over Chat

May 7, 2020

A few years ago, AJ Shankar kept having the same conversation with fellow CEOs. They were talking about being in “Slack Hell” — where their teams had to constantly look at their chat programs like Slack or Gchat, because they didn’t want to miss important information. “I thought about my own experiences and those of others,” Shankar says, “and came to some realizations.”

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All the things COVID-19 will change forever, according to 30 top experts

April 20, 2020

Tech exec, VCs, and analysts—from WhatsApp’s Will Cathcart to AOL cofounder Steve Case—on the pandemic’s lasting impact on how we live, work, and think.

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Everlaw, an Oakland, Calif.-based electronic discovery and litigation service, completed a $62 million Series C

March 11, 2020

Everlaw, an Oakland, Calif.-based electronic discovery and litigation service, completed a $62 million Series C. CapitalG and Menlo Ventures led the investment, which included participation from Andreessen Horowitz and K9 Ventures. Jesse Wedler, partner at CapitalG, will join the board.

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Everlaw, which provides e-discovery software and other litigation tools, said it closed a $62 million funding round

March 11, 2020

Everlaw, which provides e-discovery software and other litigation tools, said it closed a $62 million funding round, including money from the private equity fund of Google parent company Alphabet.

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Everlaw Investor Sees IPO on Company’s Horizon

March 12, 2020

A lead investor in the $62 million funding round announced this week by Everlaw says he believes the company is on a path to go public, possibly within the next five years.

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Everlaw Raises $62 Million, Brings in Alphabet Equity Fund as Investor

March 10, 2020

Litigation technology and e-discovery software provider Everlaw announced today that it has closed on a $62 million Series C funding round.

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Everlaw announces $62M Series C to continue modernizing legal discovery

March 10, 2020

Everlaw is bringing modern data management, visualization and machine learning to eDiscovery, the process in which legal entities review large amounts of evidence to build a case. Today, the company announced a $62 million Series C investment.

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How Do You Implement Security and Privacy by Design? Try This.

September 27, 2019

A proponent of both privacy by design and security by design, Lisa Hawke, VP of Security and Compliance at Everlaw, has integrated those values into the company culture.

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What to Know about FedRAMP

August 28, 2019

How similar or different is FedRAMP to other types of certification, authorization, and compliance (such as ISO, SOC-2, GDPR, even HIPAA); and what does it mean for a startup to go through organizationally, culturally? Lisa Hawke, VP of Security and Compliance at Everlaw, shares her expertise and their experience in navigating all this, as well as the resources below, in this episode of the a16z Podcast hosted by Everlaw board partner Steven Sinofsky.

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Reynen Court Launches in Beta With an Assist from Big Law

August 15, 2019

The Reynen Court app store will allow lawyers to shop for legal tech vendors and download their programs onto their phones and work computers in private, highly secure “cloud” environments.

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Facebook Settlement Gives FTC Opening to Set Precedent for Privacy Standards

May 2, 2019

The power of technology and the large-scale aggregation of personal data means tech companies face “unintended inferences” that can threaten our anonymity, reputation, credit, and even our safety. Even Facebook may be coming to grips with this notion.

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The Secret Trust Scores Companies Use to Judge Us All

April 6, 2019

When you’re logging in to a Starbucks account, booking an Airbnb or making a reservation on OpenTable, loads of information about you is crunched instantly into a single score, then evaluated along with other personal data to determine if you’re a malicious bot or potentially risky human.

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Why VCs and Private Equity See Increasing Possibilities in Legal Tech

March 25, 2019

If you have some spare change laying around, legal tech seems like the place to put it these days. Earlier this month, legal contract AI company LinkSquares raised $4.8 million during its latest round of financing. In February, Amity Ventures and Village Global led a seed funding round that saw Evisort raise $4.5 million. Numerous other businesses have also seen an influx of cash that has led to a host of M&A activity.

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Top 20 Legal Technology Companies – 2019

February 1, 2019

The advancements in technology have paved new inroads for legal companies to come up with more effective strategies to serve their clients.

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LegalTech Companies Snap Up $106M In VC During Active January

January 31, 2019

For the second time in two weeks, a company focused on making lawyers’ lives a bit easier has secured venture capital. Yesterday, Ironclad, a San Francisco-based company working on contract management, announced that it raised a $23 million Series B, bringing its total known funding up to $34 million, according to Crunchbase data.

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An Arsenal of Skype, Voice Recorders and FOIAs

January 30, 2019

How do New York Times journalists use technology in their jobs and in their personal lives? Emily Bazelon, a staff writer for The New York Times Magazine, discussed the tech she’s using.

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Looking Back at the Year in Legal Tech Finance

December 20, 2018

The changing technological landscape of the legal sector continued to drive deal activity this year. Below is a round-up of some of the most notable legal tech transactions of the past 12 (or so) months.

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Legal Tech’s Predictions for 2019 in Cybersecurity and Privacy

December 18, 2018

From Equifax to Facebook to the GDPR, cybersecurity and privacy had a banner year in 2018. But according to attorneys and cyber experts, the cyber focus shows no sign of stopping.

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