Apocryphally, the phrase “may you live in interesting times” comes from an ancient Chinese curse. In the words of Sir Austen Chamberlain, politician, and brother
Contracts are vital for all transactional operations, but reviewing and negotiating them can burden even seasoned attorneys. Moreover, bias and ambiguity are still perennial concerns
A great deal has been written about the importance of organizational cultures to both the bottom and the top line. It is received wisdom that
Quick question: how many people do you know who love signing contracts? Ten? Five? The answer is probably closer to one or zero, and the
Whether you’re buying a car, commissioning a portrait of your dog, or embarking on a work contract, every negotiation has its own unique concerns and
We have highlighted some of the shortcomings with contract lifecycle management (CLM) adoption before on this blog, recommending a more incremental approach to adopting legal technology.