Casetext

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Casetext is providing the public with free access to legal research by tapping the knowledge of the legal community. The Company brings together best analysis and news in areas of interest, where the users can also share their work, meet colleagues, and engage in discussion with others in the field. 

TypePrivate
Founded2013
HQSan Francisco, CA, US
Websitecasetext.com

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Employees (est.) (Jun 2021)46(-4%)
Job Openings6
Cybersecurity ratingAMore

Key People/Management at Casetext

Jake Heller

Jake Heller

CEO

Casetext Office Locations

Casetext has an office in San Francisco
San Francisco, CA, US (HQ)
330 Townsend St #100, San Francisco
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Casetext Financials and Metrics

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Founding Date

2013

Casetext total Funding

$20.8 m

Casetext latest funding size

$12 m

Time since last funding

4 years ago

Casetext investors

Casetext's latest funding round in March 2017 was reported to be $12 m. In total, Casetext has raised $20.8 m
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Casetext Cybersecurity Score

Cybersecurity ratingPremium dataset

A

91/100

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Casetext Online and Social Media Presence

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Casetext Company Culture

  • CEO Rating

    A+

    90/100

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Casetext News and Updates

Casetext to challenge the legal research establishment with major upgrade

Casetext has unveiled what it describes as the legal research platform of the future: a new user experience that integrates traditional keyword search with the company’s CARA A.I.-powered research technology.

The legal research battleground: O’Melveny signs up with Casetext

Freemium US legal research platform Casetext has announced a new partnership with AmLaw 100 firm O’Melveny & Myers (OMM), which joins a growing roster of firms including Quinn Emanuel, Fenwick & West, DLA Piper, Baker Donelson and Ogletree Deakins to have adopted Casetext's AI-backed legal r…

Updated: Legalweek New York 2018: What’s hot and what’s not

So day two of Legalweek New York has arrived and it remains the only conference I’ve attended, perhaps with the exception of ILTA, where people greet you with their new and improved strategy for survival, while already looking a bit haggard and frayed at the edges. Here is what is hot so far.

Casetext Gives Lawyers a Searchable Database of 2 Million+ Case Holdings and Core Legal Principles

Legal IT Newswire: SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 16, 2018 – Casetext, the San Francisco-based company revolutionizing legal research, has just added two massive databases to its award-winning platform. These new features, Black Letter Law and Holdings, use legal informatics and natural language processing (N…

Startup Corner: INTELLLEX in focus

Applying machine learning to solve some of the problems of knowledge management, Singapore founded startup Intelllex is an online workspace for lawyers to conduct legal research, with its intelligent search engine handling unstructured and semi-structured data and giving lawyers the ability to curat…

Casetext Blogs

The Overruling Dataset: A Benchmark for Detecting Legal Decisions that Have Been Overruled

In conjunction with Stanford’s Regulation, Evaluation, and Governance Lab, we’re excited to present the Overruling Dataset: a benchmark corresponding to the task of determining when a sentence is overruling a prior decision. This is a binary classification task, where positive examples are overrulin…

How Products Liability Lawyers are Using Tech in Practice

In the latest Compose webinar, “A.I. for Products Liability Motions,” our CEO Jake Heller sat down with attorneys and Compose Advisory Board members Chris Nidel and Andrew Turkish to discuss how they leverage technology in their respective products liability practices.  Chris and Andrew represent op…

Traditional and A.I.-Powered Brief Drafting Go Head-to-Head

We wanted to put A.I. in law and legal practice to the test, so we set up a head-to-head challenge to find out if attorneys can write better legal briefs with AI. On one side, we had a products liability litigator (Danielle Brim) with over a dozen years of experience, who would show how to [...] The…

The Modern Lawyer Podcast: Key Takeaways from the $200M Phone Call

Earlier this year, AI-powered eDiscovery platform Reveal Data merged with data analytics and visualization company Brainspace. Along with a $200 million investment from K1 Ventures, the merger solidified Reveal’s position as a major player in the legal technology space, opening new avenues for innov…

Casetext Announces Next Compose Collection: Brief Drafting for Products Liability

Compose by Casetext enables efficient, consistent drafting for high-volume — and often high-stakes — Products Liability motions SAN FRANCISCO, CA: Casetext today announces its next Compose collection — Products Liability: Pharmaceuticals & Medical Device. This introduces Compose’s 4x increase in…

The Ultimate Word Set Up for Lawyers

Attorneys are always under pressure to increase efficiency. Clients are pushing for better drafts, produced in less time. One easy way to do more with less might be right under your nose: making simple changes to the way you use Microsoft Word.  To celebrate the recent launch of Compose for Microsof…
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Casetext Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Casetext founded?

    Casetext was founded in 2013.

  • Who are Casetext key executives?

    Casetext's key executives are Jake Heller.

  • How many employees does Casetext have?

    Casetext has 46 employees.

  • Who are Casetext competitors?

    Competitors of Casetext include ROSS Intelligence, Clio and CS Disco.

  • Where is Casetext headquarters?

    Casetext headquarters is located at 330 Townsend St #100, San Francisco, San Francisco.

  • Where are Casetext offices?

    Casetext has an office in San Francisco.

  • How many offices does Casetext have?

    Casetext has 1 office.