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Doxly Hires Dana Foreman as Senior Director of Marketing

Marketing veteran joins legal tech startup to spearhead company marketing efforts   INDIANAPOLIS –– April 7, 2017 –– Doxly, a secure legal transaction management platform for end-to-end corporate transactions, today […]


| Huffington Post

Legal Tech: 3 Startups Planning to Disrupt Corporate Practice in 2017

The advent of new technologies has defined modern society, leading to the fast-paced lifestyles of today’s world. Meanwhile, many argue that the legal market represents one of the nation’s least innovative industries. According to TechCrunch, “legal” is the sector of our economy with the least amount of venture capital investment (19th place).


| Forbes

Doxly Could End Late-Night Document Scrambles For Transactional Attorneys And Paralegals

Haley Altman has worked as an attorney in transactional law for a decade, representing emerging growth companies and venture capital firms in both Indianapolis and Silicon Valley through sales, acquisitions and funding rounds. She has a lot of experience with a common occupational hazard for people in her line of work: sitting in an office at 1 a.m., searching for the last signature document needed to close a deal in the morning.


| Evolve Law

Evolve Law Podcast: Haley Altman, CEO of Doxly – Episode 046

Welcome to the forty sixth episode of the Evolve Law Podcast! Today our host, Mary Juetten, sits down with Haley Altman, the CEO of Doxly. Doxly is a legal transaction management platform that does end to end management from diligence to closing.


| Bloomberg

Dentons Invests in Transactional Software

Nextlaw Labs, the wholly owned subsidiary of Dentons, announced Monday it is investing an undisclosed amount in Doxly, a tech start up that aims to automate legal transactional work.


| Fortune

Doxly Has Raised $2.25 Million in Seed Funding

Doxly, an Indianapolis-based provider of legal transaction management software, has raised $2.25 million in seed funding from Nextlaw Labs, Hyde Park Venture Partners, and High Alpha Capital.


| Above the Law

3 Legal Start-Ups I’m Watching This August

Last month I published my first list of “start-ups that I’m watching.” I hear from a bunch of companies, and I don’t get to write about as many of them as I would like…