We've further strengthened our technology client portfolio after being appointed by Cambridge-based behavioural software creator, Cauldron Science, and London-based medical technology company, Sutrue.
With both organisations signing up to our unique monthly legal subscription service, Enterprise, the announcement comes following a successful quarter for our firm, during which we appointed two new partners and moved into larger premises in Birmingham. Our latest client wins bolster a rapidly growing technology sector client portfolio.
Targeted at SMEs, our Enterprise service allows businesses to easily access ongoing legal support from experienced solicitors, without incurring the high costs normally associated with using a law firm.
Our CEO and founder, Toby Harper, said: “I have always worked with, or on behalf of, technology-based or market disruptive companies like Cauldron and Sutrue, and I wanted to reflect how those businesses operate in our own approach to providing legal services.
“Enterprise is aimed at organisations that require a number of different legal services on an ongoing basis as they strive to establish themselves in the market place, but aren’t necessarily in a position, or want, to commit to in-house counsel.”
Founded in 2011, Cauldron provides bespoke software targeted at behavioural scientists. In 2015 the company launched cloud software platform www.gorilla.sc - a resource now used globally to collect data required for research, teaching and learning through novel online experiments.
Earlier this year Cauldron appointed Harper James to deliver its legal services; gaining access to ‘much needed advice spanning the myriad of matters affecting any ambitious, growing, global technology firm’.
Cauldron's CEO, Jo Evershed, said: “What attracted us to the Harper James’ Enterprise service was the ability to tap into a range of legal expertise on a month by month basis without having to commit fully to in-house counsel, and without incurring huge costs.
“As a growing but still relatively new business, we’re not always aware of what our legal requirements will be from month to month; so this provides a perfect solution.”
Sutrue is an innovative medical research company that utilises 3D printing and rapid prototyping to facilitate the design and creation of cutting edge technology and recently unveiled two new automated suturing devices which are set to revolutionise the process of medical stitching.
Founder of Sutrue, Alex Berry, stated: “Being able to pick and chose your legal requirements through the Enterprise service is very enabling for a company such as ours which has a range of legal requirements.”