Company InformationMatterhorn was founded on January 2013. The company is based in Ann Arbor, MI, USA . The number of employees in Matterhorn is less than 10. Court innovations, a software-as-a-service company, develops an online case resolution platform.
Here is how Matterhorn describes itself: "Matterhorn courts handle large volumes of infractions, disputes, warrants, small claims, and family court compliance via online dispute resolution."
Funding & investorsMatterhorn has received 1 rounds of venture funding. The total funding amount is around $1.8M.
- BELLE Michigan (Angel group)
- LP (Accelerator)
- Northern Michigan Angels (Angel group)
- University of Michigan (University program)
- Michigan Angel Fund (Angel group)
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Matterhorn - Blog
- In the News: Can COVID-19 help expand access to justice?
- Nevada ODR: Carson City Courts launch traffic platform
- Keep the Door Open: Fair and Equal Access with a Virtual Court
- In the News: NY Online Traffic Court Success
- Tennessee Court provides Medical Debt ODR Platform
- Arizona Expands ODR for Misdemeanor Cases
The University of Michigan Law Quadrangle magazine covered court technologies that provided access to the public during the pandemic. The magazine talked to Matterhorn founder, J.J. Prescott, Matterhorn CEO MJ Cartwright, and Chief Judge Andrea Larkin of the 54B District Court in Lansing, Michigan. For too long, courts have been conceptualized as physical locations rather […]The post In the News: Can COVID-19 help expand access to justice? appeared first on Get Matterhorn.
Congratulations to Carson City Justice/Municipal Court for launching traffic ODR in Nevada. Previously, motorists in Carson City needed to go to court in person to participate in a pretrial conference. Now, they can handle eligible court matters online on their own schedule, from anywhere. Cases eligible to be reviewed on the site include parking violations […]The post Nevada ODR: Carson City Courts launch traffic platform appeared first on Get Matterhorn.
Going to the National Association for Court Management (NACM) 2021 Annual Conference in San Diego? We will see you there! Come hear Matterhorn and Pioneer Technology Group speak on court successes during challenging times. “Keep the Door Open: Fair and Equal Access with a Virtual Court” will be held at 3:30PM Pacific Time on Monday, […]The post Keep the Door Open: Fair and Equal Access with a Virtual Court appeared first on Get Matterhorn.
In early June, the Suffolk County, NY, Traffic Violations and Parking Agency (TVPA) shared how its online traffic court option has made a difference. Since launch in fall of 2020, the TVPA’s online platform, TPLEAS, has helped over 10,000 motorists resolve their tickets online. It is no secret that that having to appear in person […]The post In the News: NY Online Traffic Court Success appeared first on Get Matterhorn.
May 18, 2021 – Chattanooga, TN. The Hamilton County General Sessions Court now provides online dispute resolution (ODR) for medical debt cases. The Court is the first in Tennessee to offer ODR. Here are some highlights from their announcement. Medical debt is an unwelcome burden with lasting repercussions for millions of Americans each year. Thankfully, […]The post Tennessee Court provides Medical Debt ODR Platform appeared first on Get Matterhorn.
Arizona’s Administrative Office of the Courts (AOC) announced the launch of five new court ODR sites. These sites allow eligible defendants in misdemeanor cases to handle their cases online. How does Arizona Misdemeanor ODR work? The ODR service is provided at no cost to the parties…Defendants choose to use ODR by registering and completing their […]The post Arizona Expands ODR for Misdemeanor Cases appeared first on Get Matterhorn.