Uptime Legal, the leading provider of Law Practice as a Service™ (LPaaS) to small and mid-sized law firms, today announced it has acquired JurisPage, a leading law firm website design, internet marketing, and lawyer SEO company. The acquisition expands the products Uptime Legal can offer to its clients throughout North America.
JurisPage is a New York based internet marketing company that helps law firms market themselves effectively online. JurisPage was founded by attorneys to help other attorneys market their law firms online, providing law firm web design, internet marketing, PPC management, blog creation and development, and search engine optimization (SEO) services.
“We are excited to welcome JurisPage into the Uptime Legal family,” said Dennis Dimka, Uptime Legal’s Founder and CEO. “Uptime has always focused on hosting and supporting our client’s law practices. By adding JurisPage to our product portfolio, we are able to help them grow their practices.”
“Uptime Legal shares our commitment to providing the best products and services to lawyers and law firms,” said Andrew Cabasso and Sam Brodie, Co-Founders of JurisPage. “This acquisition gives us the capacity to expand our services and product offerings to more law firms in North America.”
About Uptime Legal Systems
Uptime Legal is the creator and leading provider of Law Practice as a Service (LPaaS) for small and mid-sized law firms. Named an Inc. 5000 Fastest Growing Private Company in 2014 and 2015, Uptime Legal is committed to helping lawyers practice better by providing unparalleled services and innovative cloud-based solutions that solve real-world challenges for law firms and legal professionals. Uptime Legal is headquartered in Eden Prairie, Minnesota.
JurisPage is an online marketing agency focusing on helping solo and small law firms create an impressive web presence. More than a business development tool, JurisPage websites enhance lawyers’ productivity thanks to JurisPage’s integrations with software that lawyers use every day. JurisPage is headquartered in New York City.