Foundation before Automation: Legal Review Policy
Published on Fri, October 28 byInnoLaw Group

The fundamental question that drives the need for a legal review policy is “what contracts should the Legal team spend time on, and what contracts should it not spend time on?” The problem is that legal team lawyers often find themselves trapped in a reactive role when they review the contracts sent to them by their company. Somehow the business owners determine what legal should and shouldn’t review, yet the attorneys are in the best place to make that determination.

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InnoLaw Group

InnoLaw Group is a boutique firm, comprised of trusted CLM consultants and legal advisors, that specializes in supporting corporate legal teams to streamline legal review of contracts based on efficient processes, optimal templates, simplified playbooks, continuous data-driven improvements and selecting CLM technology solutions which align with the automation priorities of the organization. InnoLaw Group empowers legal teams to focus on only the highest value commercial transactions and legal advisory work to support key objectives of the business by providing CLM strategic advice and consulting services as well as customized, practical CLM Simplified Workshops.


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