Laboralisto, Inc.

Laboralisto helps companies manage labor litigation cases and guides them to more successful outcomes, reducing costs and time spent. Laboralisto is a Law firm agnostic and company-centric web platform designed to improve communications between HR and in-house/external counsel, generating data-driven reports for the key stakeholders of the company.


Overview

StatusActive
CategoryAnalytics
HeadquartersSan Diego, CA
Founded2017
Tags legal tech, legal analytics, insurtech, labor litigation, latin america
Websitewww.laboralisto.com
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