Court Buddy Competitive Landscape-Part 1
A competitive landscape of Court Buddy, UpCounsel, and Enloya has been provided in this research. Court Buddy provides flexible and unbundled legal services based on a client's budget. UpCounsel promises its customers quick delivery of custom proposals, while Enloya helps startups to find legal services in just a few clicks.
- Founded in 2015, Court Buddy enables everyday Americans to get matched instantly "with vetted, independent attorneys while helping attorneys grow their practices".
- The company is located in San Francisco and has raised $7.15 million in funding so far.
- Court Buddy's value proposition is centered on cost savings, flexibility, and simplicity. By providing "unbundled legal services at flat rates based on [a client's] budget", the company promises to make legal services available to everyone and ultimately help its customers 'save time' and 'worry Less'.
- Court Buddy offers its customers a flat rate for legal services, depending on the client's budget and needs. All pricing is done upfront, thereby ensuring that the customers do not incur additional costs outside of their budget. Also, there are "no retainers or hourly fees".
- This company practices family law and criminal law. The company also handles cases related to business, tickets, personal injury, real estate, financial counseling, and bankruptcy.
- Since its founding in 2012, UpCounsel has raised a total of $26 million in funding. The company provides an online marketplace where businesses can "find and hire legal help based on their preferences".
- UpCounsel is headquartered in the San Francisco Bay Area.
- In terms of value proposition, this company offers "access to high-quality attorneys on demand". It also provides an opportunity to "compare detailed proposals and transparent pricing". In addition, it enables its customers to easily manage their legal work.
- For using its platform, UpCounsel promises its users "custom proposals within hours", cost savings that are "up to 60% compared to law firms," and the ability to "pay only for quality legal work" that meets a client's needs.
- The company has a flexible pricing structure. Depending on a customer's "needs and payment preferences", work can be billed either "as a fixed fee or on an hourly basis."
- Pricing for commercial contracts range between $125 — $250 per hour, employment & human resources cases typically cost $175 — $275 per hour. Trademarks are priced at $600 to $800 hourly.
- Popular legal areas covered by UpCounsel include agreements, business formation, patents, trademarks, immigration, general counsel, labor and employment, securities and finance.
- Founded in 2017, Enloya is a legal marketplace designed for startups. The "platform matches specific legal solutions to specific legal problems through the use of computer algorithms and carefully designed user-experience."
- This company is located in Geneva, Switzerland.
- In delivering value, Enloya promises lawyers the opportunity to "take [their] legal practice to new levels ". It achieves this by helping legal practitioners to "find new clients, expand [their] services, and team up with lawyers around the globe."
- Also, Enloya promises to "make it easier for growing businesses to find, compare and get accessible, transparent legal services in just a few clicks."
- Enloya also has a flexible pricing structure that is tailored to a customer's specific needs. The platform's users, who are mostly entrepreneurs, can either request a 30-minute "consultation and get a fixed-fee package from a lawyer or pick among the best deals received".
- The types of cases handled on this platform include but are not limited to incorporation, data protection, contracts, taxes, investments, and disputes.