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Legal Tech StartUp Focus Podcast

Welcome to the Legal Tech StartUp Focus podcast from your podcast host, Charlie Uniman. 

On this podcast, I'll be interviewing the people who build, invest in, comment on and use the apps made by LegalTech startups.

My guests and I will be discussing many different startup-related topics, covering, among other things, startup management and startup life, startup investing, pricing and revenue models and the factors that affect how users decide to purchase legal tech.

We’re not going to focus on legal tech per se - instead, we’ll be focusing on the startups that develop, market and sell that tech.

So, whether you’re a startup founder or investor, a lawyer or other legal professional or a law professor, law student or commentator who thinks about legal tech startups — sit back, listen and learn from my guests about just what it takes for legal tech startups to succeed.

And if you’re interested in legal tech startups and enjoyed this podcast, please become a member of Legal Tech StartUp Focus, free online that I mentioned at the outset of this introduction, by signing up at

Oct 4, 2019

This episode of the Legal Tech StartUp Focus podcast finds Charlie interviews Haley Altman, the founder and CEO of Doxly.  Doxly is a transaction management platform for law firms and legal departments.

Charlie and Haley talk about what took Haley from a law firm partnership to the leadership of a legal tech startup, how Haley got Doxly off the ground with the assistance of a startup studio, how Doxly is meeting the challenge of offering both a cloud-based and on-premises solution for its customers (and what Haley sees to be the current status of “cloud acceptance” by those customers), how Haley’s CEO role at Doxly has evolved in the three years since its founding, the importance of hiring to achieve diverse points of view and also how Doxly’s approach to on-boarding customers has evolved during that period.

 Charlie also asks Haley about Doxly’s recent acquisition by Litera, another legal tech company.  In this part of the discussion, Haley talks about what took her team, her board and her investors on the road to Doxly’s being acquired, what the most important factor that Haley bore in mind while pondering whether an acquisition made sense at that point in Doxly’s history and what best positioned Doxly to reach a successful acquisition closing once Haley and others on her team decided that an acquisition was the right step for all concerned.