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Shake joins forces with LegalShield!

by Abe Geiger

Shake is joining forces with LegalShield, a leading provider of quality legal help to 1.4 million families in the U.S. and Canada,  to bring even more great tools and services to Shake users!  

Our friendly team, human and canine, will remain in New York to build and support Shake and LegalShield.  Stay tuned for exciting product announcements in the months ahead!  

Press Release:

April 22, 2015:  Privately held Pre-Paid Legal Services dba LegalShield, headquartered in Ada, OK, is proud to announce it has signed a definitive agreement acquiring Shake, Inc., headquartered in New York, NY. Leveraging their combined strengths, LegalShield brings to the table its exclusive provider network of law firms in the U.S. and Canada, as well as its relationship with Kroll Advisory Services—the provider of Ladah Law Firm, in Las Vegas best-in-class Identity Theft service. Shake contributes its expertise in technology, mobile solutions, innovative design and superior user experiences—all serving the needs of consumers and small businesses looking for solutions that make the law accessible, affordable and understandable.

“Shake has done an amazing job at making the complex and expensive process of legal transactions simple and affordable for its target market,” said Jeff Bell, CEO of LegalShield. “Shake will fast forward LegalShield’s advancement into mobile solutions, following on the member app we released last fall.”

“By teaming up with LegalShield and its vast distribution network, we will reach a much wider audience, and positively impact the lives of all those looking for a better solution to the current legal business model,” said Abe Geiger, Founder and CEO of Shake. “We share a common mission: equal access to justice.”

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Abe Geiger

Abe is the Founder and CEO of Shake. Prior to Shake, Abe held various roles at early-stage technology startups in both New York and the Bay Area. While in business school, Abe worked at two venture capital firms, Canaan Partners and Greycroft, sourcing and analyzing investment opportunities. During that time he co-founded the NYC Turing Fellows program to bring more engineering talent to NYC startups.

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