Rocket Lawyer Stock
Online Legal Services
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About Rocket Lawyer Stock
Rocket Lawyer specializes in providing online legal services. It helps families and small businesses take care of their legal matters so they can focus on what really matters. It also provides step-by-step legal documents and rocket lawyer on-call attorneys. Rocket Lawyer was founded in 2008 and headquartered in San Francisco, California.
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news - Sep, 23 2021Legal Tech Makes Its Case With Venture Capitalists, Tops $1B In Funding This Year
businessinsider - Jun, 1 2021Legal-tech startups are eyeing a huge opportunity in Utah, where a new regulatory 'sandbox' is letting non-lawyers practice law
news - May, 25 2021Law Firm Deregulation Programs Gain Speed in Utah, Arizona (1)
news - May, 19 2021Rocket Lawyer Seeks Non-Lawyer Firm Ownership Test in Arizona
themiddlemarket - Apr, 22 2021Vista Credit Partners Invests in Rocket Lawyer
fortune - Apr, 21 2021Exclusive: Legal tech startup Rocket Lawyer raises $223 million for expansion
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