Monday, 4 March 2013

Legal startup news (March 2013)

Starting close to home: Onomatics products are now branded TrademarkNow, coinciding with the release of two new products: NameRank and NameCheck

A legal startup especially for startups: YC-backed Clerky Helps Startups Save Time And Money On Legal Incorporation, Stock Issuance Forms And More (TechCrunch)

How Alan Dershowitz And Two Entrepreneurs Will Disrupt Billable Hours (Fast Company)

Competitions, competitions... Law as an App at the University of Stockholm. (Maybe we’ll have one in Helsinki some day as well — maybe 2025...) Results and report

Is this the first legal startup in the world’s most prestigious accelerator? Lawdingo, The Startup That Lets You Talk To Lawyers Instantly, Joins Y Combinator (TechCrunch)

Ex-Googlers Launch Sift Science, A Fraud-Fighting System For Websites, Backed By $5.5M In Funding From Union Square, First Round, YC & Others (TechCrunch)

Iron Tech II coming up April 17 (Neota Logic)

I’ll try to keep up with these as a recurring feature with a new post for each month, updated over the course of the month. All pointers most welcome. Previous edition:

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