Mike Washburn, who previously launched and sold ScriptSwitch for £50 million, has invested more than £1.3m in the development of HyperLaw, a software package that provides intelligent case preparation and presentation for barristers and solicitors.
This innovative solution will help to eliminate the need for paper and deliver up to 30 per cent time and resource savings to help lawyers give cost-efficient access to the law whilst also increasing profitability.
The cloud-based platform enables users to build, review and share cases more efficiently, providing access to cutting-edge tag and annotation tools, a powerful enterprise search function, document bundling and rapid document assembly.
Early adopters include Keidan Harrison, Signature Litigation and JMW Solicitors, with the Stafford-based firm also called HyperLaw now looking to embark on a significant period of expansion that will see it double revenues over the next 12 months and explore the possibility of future external investment.
To support the growth, the company has recruited Matt…