Darrow, a NYC and Tel Aviv, Israel-based data-for-Justice platform, raised $24m in funding.
The round was led by F2 Venture Capital, Entrée Capital, NFX and Y-Combinator.
The company intends to use the funds to continue to to further product development, business operations and recruitment.
Co-founded by Evyatar Ben-Artzi, CEO, Elad Spigelman, COO, and Gila Hayat, CTO, Darrow has developed a machine-learning based platform which discovers legal violations by some of the biggest corporations in the world. Operating chiefly in the USA, the company is focused on locating violations which have caused damage to millions of people on average – the threshold for a potential class action lawsuit.
Darrow is already serving dozens of leading law firms and operates in Israel and New York, with more than 40 employees.