Emerging and High Growth Companies

Clio in its acquisition of CalendarRules

Clio
Key Contact
Mark Longo

Vancouver Managing Partner, Vancouver

Team
Tara Folk

Business Architecture Lawyer - Osler Works Transactional, Vancouver

Lynne Lacoursière

Partner, Corporate, Toronto

Ian Nelson

Associate, Emerging and High Growth Companies, Vancouver

Reba Nauth

Associate, Competition/Antitrust & Foreign Investment, Toronto

Sam Ip

Partner, Technology, Toronto

 

On July 27, 2021, Vancouver-based Clio announced the acquisition of California-based automated court-calendaring company CalendarRules. This transaction represents Clio’s first acquisition since becoming the first law practice management company to achieve unicorn status earlier in 2021. CalendarRules’ ability to reduce legal malpractice risk and streamline legal work will provide value to Clio’s customers, and this acquisition was a next step in the companies’ long-standing partnership.

Clio is a legal technology company headquartered in Vancouver, British Columbia. Clio offers law firms cloud-based software that handles various law practice management tasks including client intake, contact management, calendaring, document management, timekeeping, billing, and trust accounting.

Osler advised Clio with a team consisting of Mark Longo, Tara Folk (Emerging & High Growth Companies), Michael Budabin McQuown, Lynne Lacoursiere, Jillian Mulroy, (Corporate), Paul Seraganian, Jennifer Lee, Kevin Colan, Andrew Granek, (Tax), Sam IP (Technology), Noemi Blasutta (Employment & Labour), Ian Nelson and Reba Nauth (Students).

Value
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Date Closed
July 27, 2021
Lead Office
Vancouver
Key Contact
Mark Longo

Vancouver Managing Partner, Vancouver

Team
Tara Folk

Business Architecture Lawyer - Osler Works Transactional, Vancouver

Lynne Lacoursière

Partner, Corporate, Toronto

Ian Nelson

Associate, Emerging and High Growth Companies, Vancouver

Reba Nauth

Associate, Competition/Antitrust & Foreign Investment, Toronto

Sam Ip

Partner, Technology, Toronto