Yesterday afternoon, I had the chance to sit down for about 20 minutes via Zoom with Jake Heller, the founder and CEO of Casetext, to discuss his company’s acquisition by Thomson Reuters in a $650 million cash deal. 
What follows is a transcript of our conversation, which I have condensed and edited very slightly for style and continuity. 
References to the morning investors’ call are to yesterday morning’s briefing by Thomson Reuters to its institutional investors, which I wrote about here. 
A Stanford Law School graduate, where he was president of the Stanford Law Review, Heller founded Casetext in 2013 after stints clerking for 1st U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals Judge Michael Boudin and as an associate at law firm Ropes & Gray.  
Related: How A Startup Evolves: As Casetext Marks 10th Year Anniversary, Here’s Its History Through 50 Blog Posts.
AMBROGI: Jake, thanks for taking a few minutes. And, again, congratulations. As you know,

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