Jan 12, 2021
Just a few days into 2021 came news that could end up being one of the biggest legal technology stories of the year. On Jan. 5, two leading legal research companies, Casemaker and Fastcase – two companies that have been rivals for as long as they’ve been in business – announced their merger.
The combined company, which will operate under the Fastcase name, has a subscriber base estimated to be more than a million lawyers, or more than three quarters of the 1.3 million lawyers in the United States. What does this mean for the companies, their customers, and the legal research landscape more broadly?
To discuss the merger and its implications, host Bob Ambrogi welcomes the three top executives of the two companies:
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