This goes to show how piss poor we lawyers are at critical thinking (we ARE ACTUALLY PAID to do this, true?)
Of COURSE TR is going to slowly kill this once the client deliverable in issue is met.
Even if TR wanted to retain pieces of HighQ, life at TR is oxygen-free. In a world of deeply horrible law companies, this is a top 3. One the one hand, High Q can thank the deities that it’s not Elevate, but that’s cold consolation. The other hand is the need to look for a job quickly.
To all the lawtech companies dreaming of being acquired, here is is. Maybe better to have learned a trade or how to drive a bus.