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Join Us for Everlaw Summit: Illuminate 2021

The past year forced many in the legal industry to rethink how they have and should conduct legal work moving forward. As a result, there has been an influx of new, fresh ideas and innovation as legal professionals try to figure out what this all means for the industry as a whole. To help navigate this new world, Everlaw is hosting Everlaw Summit: Illuminate 2021, a two-day virtual summit on industry trends and insights featuring 20+ industry thought leaders, including Minnesota Attorney General...
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Everlaw Investor Sees IPO on Company’s Horizon

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. Jesse Wedler, a partner in CapitalG, the independent growth fund of Google parent Alphabet Inc., and now a member of Everlaw’s board of directors, says his firm invested in Everlaw because it has a strong-enough business model that it will not be dependent on capital markets in the future. “We strive for companies that have a...
Tags: Google, Law, Uncategorized, Shankar, Alphabet Inc, Everlaw, AJ Shankar, Everlaw Investor Sees IPO on Company, Jesse Wedler, Wedler, Everlaw Customers


E-Discovery Company Everlaw Announces $62M Funding round

In writing a year ago about the e-discovery company Everlaw, I noted that it had attracted the interest of some big-name Silicon Valley venture capital firms, having raised nearly $35 million over three years, including being the first legal technology company to receive an investment from Andreessen Horowitz, a firm known for backing a wide-ranging portfolio of successful companies such as Facebook, Twitter, Airbnb, Box and Slack. Today, Everlaw further proved that point, announcing that it has...
Tags: Google, Law, Uncategorized, Silicon Valley, Andreessen Horowitz, University Of California Berkeley, Doj, Menlo Ventures, U S Department of Justice, Shankar, Alphabet Inc, Everlaw, AJ Shankar, AJ Shankar Founder, Facebook Twitter Airbnb Box, FedRAMP Authority


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

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. CapitalG (Alphabet’s growth equity investment fund) and Menlo Ventures led the round. Existing investors Andreessen Horowitz and K9 Ventures also participated. The startup has now raised $96 million, according to the company. Everlaw co-founder and C...
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LawNext Episode 33: AJ Shankar, Founder and CEO of Everlaw

 Everlaw is an e-discovery company that has attracted the interest of some big-name Silicon Valley venture capital firms, raising nearly $35 million in the last three years. It was the first legal technology company to receive an investment from Andreessen Horowitz, a firm known for backing a wide-ranging portfolio of successful companies such as Facebook Twitter, Airbnb, Box, Skype and Slack. Its $25 million Series B round last July was led by Menlo Ventures, one of the earliest Silicon Va...
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Deals and Dollars, Legal Tech Edition

Here is a round-up of recent investment and deal news involving legal technology companies: Everlaw raises $25 million. Everlaw, a Berkeley, Calif., based e-discovery and litigation platform, has closed a a $25 million Series B funding round, with new investor Menlo Ventures leading the round and continued participation from Andreessen Horowitz. In 2016, the company raised $8.1 million in Series A funding. In announcing the investment, CEO AJ Shankar said the company has “come a long way” since ...
Tags: Europe, UK, Law, Australia, Uncategorized, Indianapolis, Newcastle, Andreessen Horowitz, Menlo Ventures, Robert Ambrogi, Birmingham England, Berkeley Calif, Everlaw, Matt Miller, NVM, LegalZoom


Deals and Dollars, Legal Tech Edition

Here is a round-up of recent investment and deal news involving legal technology companies: Everlaw raises $25 million. Everlaw, a Berkeley, Calif., based e-discovery and litigation platform, has closed a a $25 million Series B funding round, with new investor Menlo Ventures leading the round and continued participation from Andreessen Horowitz. In 2016, the company raised $8.1 million in Series A funding. In announcing the investment, CEO AJ Shankar said the company has “come a long way” since ...
Tags: Europe, UK, Law, Australia, Uncategorized, Indianapolis, Newcastle, Andreessen Horowitz, Menlo Ventures, Birmingham England, Berkeley Calif, Everlaw, Matt Miller, NVM, LegalZoom, NVM Private Equity


Menlo Ventures leads funding round in Everlaw

Berkeley, California-based Everlaw, provider of collaborative litigation software, announced it has raised $25 million in Series B funding. Menlo Ventures led the round, with participation from Andreessen Horowitz, which led the company’s $8 million Series A round in early 2016. Other investors have included K9 Ventures and Ulu Ventures. Everlaw, founded in 2010, has now raised more than $34 million. PRESS RELEASE Everlaw Secures $25 Million Series B Funding to Help Litigators Win Menlo Ventures...
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Everlaw, a legal-tech startup that makes it easier for lawyers to review documents, just raised $25 million

Legal tech startup Everlaw has raised $25 million in a series B funding round led by existing investors and famed Silicon Valley venture firm Andreeseen Horowitz. CEO and founder AJ Shankar said the company wants to invest more in artificial intelligence. Everlaw has doubled revenue in the past two years and is now being used by every US state attorney in all 50 states. Berkeley, California-based legal-tech startup Everlaw has raised $25 million in a series B funding round led by existing in...
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