Birmingham-based LegalTech Startup Case Status Lands Second Round from BIP Capital
Case Status, a client relationship management and marketing platform for law firms, announced it has received Series Seed II investment funding of $1.5 million from venture investment firm BIP Capital. The funds will be used to support the company’s continued rapid growth, including the addition of new veteran personnel and the development of new feature sets for specific practice areas.
Case Status saves lawyers time while improving the client experience through better, more efficient communications. By providing clients with a better experience, lawyers are able to build cases faster and increase referrals and positive reviews from existing clients.
“It’s fascinating that in a world where you can track everything—from Amazon packages to the status of your pizza order—there was no way for clients to track the status of their case, one of the most important things going in their lives,” said Lauren Sturdivant, lawyer, co-founder, and CEO of Case Status.
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