Epoq was started 20 years ago with a mission to “make law easy.” We wanted to address a broken legal market in which the essential services consumers and businesses need are simply too expensive. Our technology is now used by some of the world’s leading brands and radically cuts the cost of delivering law. Every year we save our client’s customers over $262m in legal fees. We've created an innovative system called Rapidocs®, which makes the process of creating even complex legal documents quick and easy. Rapidocs® replicates online the face-to-face question and answer session an attorney would normally have with a client when drafting a legal document. The system includes plain-English explanations so that anyone, even those with no legal knowledge or experience, can complete a document conveniently at a time and place that suits them. Typically white-labelled and delivered to customers by insurers, banks, law firms, affinity groups and employers, our services are making access to legal services simpler than ever before.
NextLex developped multitude of standardized legal products which can be offered at fixed prices. The technology comprises a fully developed software for contract and legal process automation. The NextLex software solution is multi-client capable and cloud-based and both usable for B2B and B2B services.. NextLex in particular automates documents and processes for companies as law firms, notaries and in-house counselling units. We offer this service as a technology provider, without being market participants ourselves. As such, companies and in-house counselling units receive access to automated templates and can therefore improve the efficiency of their document-based processes. The products are offered in a licensed, standardized package form on the one hand, or created individually for the customer on the other hand.
LegalOne is the first fully digitalized law firm dedicated to automated contracts and smart contracts. It provides legal advice through fully digitalized processes. The goal is not to compete with existing law firms through advisory services, but rather to integrate said firms into the digital business model and the automation of legal products.