LLM, Inc.

As long-time legal professionals, our founders were growing increasingly frustrated with the inefficient discovery and case management process. That frustration led to the realization that with their own experience and insight, they could fill the void. In 2002, they founded LLM, Inc. LLM, Inc. unifies the legal process by combining legal holds, case strategy, matter and budget management, review and analytics in a single, web-based platform. We connect legal strategy to tactics in a way no one else can, so every part of the process is actionable. Our product scales to help corporate and law firm teams gain cost-savings and eliminate inefficiencies.


HeadquartersAustin, TX
Tags case management, analytics, ediscovery, review, case strategy, tar, legal holds, budget management, matter management

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