Court Reynena legal technology platform provider based in Amsterdam, the Netherlands and New York, raised $4.3 million in additional funding.
Backers included new investors Bryce Catalyst and Forefront Venture Partners and existing investors Ventech and international law firms Clifford Chance and Latham & Watkins.
The company intends to use the funds to expand its operations and business reach.
Founded in 2017 by CEO Andrew D. Klein, Reynen Court is a legal technology platform designed to help large law firms mix and match what they need to run their business in the cloud.
The platform enables firms and legal departments to securely research, test, adopt and manage cloud-based software applications on the infrastructure of their choice. Since its creation, a consortium of twenty of the world’s leading law firms has actively supported the development of the company. More recently, a second consortium of twenty-two of the world’s largest banks and corporations came together to collaborate with Reynen Court and its consortium of law firms. More than one hundred and fifty third-party application providers participate in the Reynen Court platform or endeavor to participate pursuant to signed agreements.