Alt Legal Proudly Announces Wolters Kluwer Integration Expansion
Alt Legal Team | October 03, 2018
Alt Legal announced today that it has expanded its integration with Wolters Kluwer. The integration means that Alt Legal customers will have access to vital research articles and documents right alongside their IP dockets.
In their first integration with Wolters Kluwer last year, Alt Legal provided its customers with access to Trademark Navigator. Today, the two companies extended that integration to Kluwer IP Law’s Manual of Industrial Property (MIP) — often called the Brown Book. The Brown Book is authoritative source for the procedures for and laws about filing patent, trademark and design applications around the world. The expansion gives Alt Legal customers access to more than 230 jurisdictions, 36,000 cases, 100 books, and 600 IP law professional authors.
Nehal Madhani, CEO and Founder of Alt Legal, said he was proud of the partnership. “Legal professionals are seeing a notable increase in Intellectual Property work and pressure to improve efficiency. Given the global nature of IP prosecution, we are pleased to combine our IP docketing software with industry-leading content from Wolters Kluwer.”
Wolters Kluwer Legal & Regulatory U.S. is part of Wolters Kluwer N.V. (AEX: WKL), a global leader in information, software solutions and services for professionals in the health, tax and accounting, risk and compliance, finance and legal sectors. They help their customers make critical decisions every day by providing expert solutions that combine deep domain knowledge with specialized technology and services.
Alt Legal is an IP docketing software company whose cloud-based software helps legal professionals prepare and manage intellectual property. Their software is trusted by IP boutiques, Am Law 200 firms, and in-house legal departments to handle hundreds of thousands of filings daily. Alt Legal automatically updates filing statuses and deadlines, seamlessly collects key details, and instantly generates IP filings.
Read Wolters Kluwer’s press release here or check out Bob Ambrogi’s write-up here.