Every legal transaction is, to some extent, a game of chance. If you could minimise that degree of chance - and the risk that comes with it - would you? We explore how a legal transaction management solution can be that “magic” card to help you get around obstacles and win the game, every time.
The right change management strategy has proven to be as important as a legal tech solution itself. We gather insightful thoughts from GCs and innovation leaders at major firms and organizations on how they achieved successful transformation.
In our article featured on Artificial Lawyer, we outline a clear and easy-to-use buyer's guide on to how to pick this core piece of your transactional toolkit.
Pascal Georges is Of Counsel within the firm Jeantet. He specializes in mergers & acquisitions, and more specifically in private equity. He advises French and foreign investment funds in LBOs and investment transactions, and also advises teams of managers in these types of transactions.
Based on the ongoing feedback we receive from our clients, we outlined the five main pain points transactional lawyers face when carrying out complex transactions. See below for the main challenges they confront, and how a solution like Closd benefits their practice, from making deals quicker and safer to transforming their clients’ experiences.
Cyberattacks on networks, systems, data and hardware are extremely common these days, and they have skyrocketed in frequency in 2020. Malware, phishing, spyware, DDoS attacks and other forms of digital breaches and data theft are not only frequent but come at a huge cost for the companies affected. According to IBM’s 2020 Cost of a
The digitalization of life is pushing companies to reexamine the way they do business, and the legal industry is no exception. If lawyers were slow to evolve their services, they are now at a point where they must adapt to changing client expectations, or risk being outpaced by competition. While some legal providers are innovating
2020 was a thrilling and pivotal year for both Closd and the legal industry, with the COVID crisis accelerating a digital shift that was lagging but imperative. As legal professionals made the switch to remote working and incorporated different technologies into their workflow, they found that solutions they had resisted in fact saved them a