Big Law Firm Seeks to (Partly) Automate the Law

Dec. 17, 2019, 12:28 PM

Wilson Sonsini’s year-old automation subsidiary, SixFifty, is ramping up sales by delivering a lower-cost Big Law product that is helping companies comply with the California Consumer Privacy Act.

Price Point: “We really wanted to price it so that the funeral parlor in Fresno could afford it and that it would provide significant value for a big public company as well,” says Kimball Parker, CEO of SixFifty.

Big Market: The CCPA takes effect on Jan. 1 and an estimated 500,000 companies will spend a combined $55 billion in compliance efforts, including legal advice. That leaves plenty of room for savings. Roy ...

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