Enhance your contract negotiation process with a data and process-driven approach

Enhance your contract negotiation process with a data and process-driven approach

At most organisations, the contract negotiation process is highly manual, inconsistent and reliant on the institutional knowledge of the attorneys involved. Companies lack well-documented clause-level risk standards to advise on contract issues, and have no clear and consistent process for entering into agreements. The implications are unnecessary risk, inefficiency, cost and delays.

Taking a data and process-driven approach to enhancing the contract negotiation process can unlock hidden value that leads to a simplified contracting process, less risk, improved insights, higher productivity and a better bottom line. Continue reading “Enhance your contract negotiation process with a data and process-driven approach”

Sponsored chambers briefing: Innovate to succeed

Sponsored chambers briefing: Innovate to succeed

Parklane Plowden Chambers is seeing the long-term benefits after its 2014 restructuring

In an increasingly competitive and financially challenging legal marketplace, the demand on law firms and barristers’ chambers alike has been to innovate and explore new ways of working in order to succeed. It is easy to accept that this could be trickier for barristers’ chambers to achieve, given the highly traditional and arguably outdated structure they take. Continue reading “Sponsored chambers briefing: Innovate to succeed”