Tech Pioneers: The legal app revolution

Reynen Court, billed as a way of integrating different technologies in a unique solution, is now backed by some of the most powerful firms worldwide. But why have firms such as Paul Weiss, Latham & Watkins and Clifford Chance got behind this new tech player in the market?

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