Contract Automation and Drafting (Through Signature)

Josef, an Australia-based, no-code software platform that enables legal professionals to automate common tasks, today said it has raised AU$5.2 million, or approximately $3.5 million in U.S. dollars, which it says it will use to further bolster its presence among enterprise customers. 
The company previously raised $2.5 million in 2021 and a seed round of $1 million in 2019.
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[Editor’s note: This is the introduction to an article published in the free resource directory on the LawNext Legal Technology Directory. It is co-authored by Marc Lauritsen and Bart Earle, president and vice president of Capstone Practice Systems.]
HotDocs is one of the oldest and best-known products in a market — legal document automation — that is
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Lawpath, an eight-year-old Australian company that has become the leading legal document and contract management platform for small businesses in that country, has now launched in the United States to serve American small businesses.
You might think of Lawpath as similar to LegalZoom. In fact, LegalZoom is a major investor in the company, which has raised $14.4 million in
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