The law and technology sector veterans leading a young legal project management company have settled on Nashville as their headquarters and are eager to make a big splash in the growing market of helping attorneys better organize their workflow. Milt Capps caught up with former Waller Lansden Dortch & Davis partner Larry Bridgesmith, who is leading business development for the company. Among Bridgesmith's projections if funding comes through soon as expected: ERM Legal will be home to 100 employees in a year and may be eyeing a second fundraising round. Check out the venture's website here.
Its core technology is adaptible for verticals in addition to LPM; and, earlier versions were developed for use in process and project management by tool and die makers in the automotive sector, Bridgesmith explained. Roughly $650,000 has been invested in the technology in the past few years, he added.