Casetext publishes employment law extension for the Compose short story writing platform
COVID-19 wasn’t the only event that made 2020 a busy year for legal research and software provider Casetext Inc. This year alone, Casetext launched its short AI-assisted editor. Compose, closed a $ 8.2 million investment round and used a PPP loan to overcome the economic disruption of COVID-19. Today, the company’s evolution continues with updates in labor law to its Compose platform, the first extension of the tool in a specific area of practice.
Compose can now help attorneys draft a full discovery motion, certify a group, demand arbitration, and complete 15 more briefs for employment law issues in federal and state courts in California and from New York. The labor law collection can be purchased separately from that of Compose original offer automate briefs for discovery motions, federal practice, class actions and federal court dispositive motions, Casetext co-founder and CEO Jake Heller noted during a presentation.
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