January 23: Legaltech startup Lupl has secured a USD 14 million funding round and appointed a new CEO as it moves towards its full launch later this year.
The latest round takes the amount of overall cash raised to more than USD 25 million, with more than 500 firms and corporate legal departments on the waiting list since it started beta testing last March, according to the startup, which attracted considerable interest when it unveiled its product in May 2020.
Lupl’s open industry platform for legal matters – which is being developed with support from CMS, Cooley and Rajah & Tann Asia, and an advisory board of 16 in- house lawyers from global blue chip companies and some of the world’s fastest growing tech companies – is expected to go fully live in April, Global Legal Post reported.
Lupl says its matter synchronisation software allows firms and in-house teams to bring together all of the people, conversations, documents and data for legal matters in one place while still using their own systems.


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