UniCourt Inc.

UniCourt provides Legal Data as a Service (LDaaS) via our APIs to AmLaw 50 firms and Fortune 500 businesses for accessing normalized court data for business development and intelligence, analytics, machine learning models, process automation, background checks, investigations, and underwriting.


Overview

StatusActive
CategoryLegal Research
Headquarters2522 Chambers Road, Suite 184, Tustin, CA 92780
Founded2014
Tags case tracking, case research, business development, business intelligence, background checks, legal analytics, legal data api, legal data, court data, court records
Websitehttps://unicourt.com/
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