SixFifty Technologies LLC. is a relatively new entrant into the automated legal forms marketplace focusing on providing automated employment legal forms and policies to corporations that range in size from 50 employees to 1,000 and larger. Examples of employment law forms include state-specific employment contracts, employment manuals, independent contractor agreements, privacy solutions, and return-to-work

Marc LauritsenYou have an idea – maybe already implemented – for an interactive software application that helps someone accomplish a legal task.  You’d like to make it available to others. Which platform should be used for delivery? What’s the best way to deliver the application to the target market?

Maybe you’re a public-interest-oriented sort who wants

Vanilla is a new disrupter in the estate planning fieldEstate Planning, traditionally the domain of the legal profession, is about to be disrupted by another new entrant, Vanilla. The company seeks to enable financial planners to offer estate planning services and documents to their clients through a network of attorneys. To be clear, by “disrupted”,  I mean the offering of a comprehensive estate

Start With the Appropriate Entity

Before starting your journey towards creating a law product or automated legal service, an initial decision you must make is the kind of entity that owns, develops, and licenses the digital application. The choice of the operating entity is the first decision you must make when deciding the develop

Marc Andreessen quipped in 2011: “Software is eating the world”. The idea of software substitutes for lawyers’ work is a radical idea for some lawyers.

The legal profession is not immune from this development. Law has a high information component. In a large sense, law is information or as Bill Palin, the young lawyer who

Recently, there has been much discussion of the idea of “productized legal services” as the next transformational strategy that will enable lawyers to make money while they sleep, increase the volume of potential clients, and move away from the tyranny of the billable hour.

Some law firms have developed a product approach as a method