Donnelley Investment in eBrevia Shows Financial Industry Focus on Legal Tech

The investment “came up naturally as part of our ongoing strategic partnership,” eBrevia says.

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The investment “came up naturally as part of our ongoing strategic partnership,” eBrevia says.

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  • Caleb Davis

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