'NewLaw' Firm Atrium Lays Off Attorneys And Staff

Law360 (January 13, 2020, 1:03 PM EST) -- Venture capital-backed legal technology company and corporate law firm Atrium has reportedly laid off a number of attorneys and staff just over two years after its splashy entrance into the legal market and less than a year after one of its co-founders left the company.

Atrium LLP, which serves technology startups and operates alongside a venture capital-backed legal technology company called Atrium LTS, has laid off a significant portion of its legal workforce amid an internal restructuring, according to a LinkedIn post Sunday by an attorney who left the firm in December.

Tony Wang, who served as a general and corporate...

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