iDisclose No More: Legaltech Rebrands as LawCloud

Legaltech iDisclose is rebranding as LawCloud, according to a release by the firm. While the regulatory disclosure side of the business will continue to operate under the iDisclose brand, LawCloud has been deemed more appropriate to the company’s aspirations.

LawCloud CEO Michael Knox said that the new name is “more encompassing” in describing all of the documents and services they now offer their clients.

“While our more complex services operated under the iDisclose name continue to drive our business, we now offer a wider range of legal documents and services making the LawCloud name more appropriate for the overall business,” said Knox. “The Law Cloud brand increases our addressable market by allowing us to reach entrepreneurs in their beginning stages. Our A.I. driven auto-population of documents allows clients to fill out the legal documents with ease. They never have to answer the same questions twice”

Beyond Reg D and Reg CF disclosure documents, LawCloud offers additional business documents to help early-stage firms run their operations.

The LawCloud library has “dozens of business and human resources documents” that may lower the legal costs for startups and small businesses. Legal documents can be expensive if prepared by an attorney, LawCloud may be able to help you mitigate that cost.

“The Law Cloud brand increases our addressable market by allowing us to reach entrepreneurs in their beginning stages. Our A.I. driven auto-population of documents allows clients to fill out the legal documents with ease. They never have to answer the same questions twice” said Doug Ellenoff, Co-founder of LawCloud.

LawCloud can also enable an entrepreneur to form a company in any jurisdiction. A Reg A+ package is expected in the first quarter of 2019.

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