Law Firms Invest $10M in New ‘Open Industry’ Tech Platform

A trio of leading law firms in the U.S., Europe, and Asia have chipped in millions to support a new legal tech platform they say will help firms and their clients work through the often tricky process of collaborating digitally on complex projects.

Lupl, funded by Cooley, CMS, and Rajah & Tann Asia, has been in the works for more than a year and has been beta-testing for a couple of months. It’s a cloud-based operating system for legal projects that will be available for integration with a range of legal departments, law firms, and other technology providers.


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