• This CEO explains why his legal tech startup took $22 million in funding even when it didn't need it

    27 days ago - By Business Insider

    Legal tech startup Logikcull provides eDiscovery software, helping lawyers sift through massive piles of documents. It competes with the likes of Symantec and Microsoft.
    Logikcull raised $22 million in January, even though it didn't need it, says Wilson. The CEO tells us it's because Logikcull has surged in popularity in the legal world.
    Its best-known customer might be the legal team representing the gymnasts suing Michigan State University for its role in the Larry Nassar case.
    Logikcull, a San Francisco-based startup that makes eDiscovery software, didn't need the money when Silicon...
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