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AbacusLaw is a flexible and dynamically scalable practice management solution to support legal professionals from solo practitioners to enterprise law firms from client intake to payment.
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UniCourt provides Legal Data as a Service (LDaaS) via our APIs to AmLaw 50 firms and Fortune 500 businesses for accessing normalized court data for business development and intelligence, analytics, machine learning models, process automation, background checks, investigations, and underwriting.
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COI Disclosures by NAVEX is a cloud-based disclosure management software designed to help businesses gather, analyze, and monitor all types of disclosures via a unified portal.
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Justto software is a dispute resolution program that uses technology to support negotiation processes. The platform allows cases to be imported by spreadsheet or through integration with a process management system to monitor ongoing processes.
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