Shared data connects the business world. To harness this connectivity, organizations must be prepared to alter their traditional business models by incorporating new artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning technology.
It’s the rare lawyer who enters law to perfect the art of the search term. Most aspiring litigators imagine themselves wowing a jury or impressing clients with their ingenuity.
Contract review is an essential part of any sound business arrangement. This step can save countless hours, thousands of dollars, and, in some cases, seemingly endless litigation for the participants.
Contract management has long since evolved beyond a legal department file room housing an organization’s contracts. And that’s a good thing.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is quickly evolving how lawyers practice, especially corporate counsel and business lawyers. In fact, in a recent survey, more than 39 percent of in-house counsel anticipated AI will be part of their daily practice within the next decade.
Consumers routinely ignore the small print in contracts. It makes sense that we ignore fine print since we’re inundated with it when we buy software, join websites, or sign credit card agreements.