iDisclose, a New York based legal technology platform, announces that it has formed a partnership with iDisclose Law to support the legal needs of its users
iDisclose, a New York based legal technology platform, announced that it has formed a partnership with iDisclose Law to support the legal needs of its users.
This partnership will pair the legal technology platform with a full service law firm to provide a cost effective and complete legal solution for startups and other small businesses.
IDisclose Law was formed by G. Alex Araujo, a corporate and securities attorney who also serves as Chief Innovation Officer at iDisclose. Alex formed the law firm due to continual needs for assistance with various legal issues surrounding equity crowdfunding campaigns and other legal needs of startups and small businesses, including employment and general business documents that require an attorney. The new law firm will support companies raising capital and in particular support the legal needs of clients referred to iDisclose by the equity crowdfunding platforms that work with iDisclose.
iDisclose Law will focus primarily on project-based and fixed fee matters for various legal services to help ensure that clients understand their legal costs and are not subject to the uncertain hourly model of many law firms. “Having a technology-first law firm built on the iDisclose legal technology platform will enable us to provide seamless support to our crowdfunding platform clients and other small and start-up company clients who need legal assistance,” said Alex Araujo.
iDisclose supports the legal filing and disclosure requirements of companies seeking to raise capital and is currently the legal backbone of several large equity crowdfunding sites with its simple to use technology platform designed to reduce legal costs for startups and small businesses. iDisclose Law will support those clients who need additional assistance from an attorney under primarily a fixed cost fee structure.