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Lawgeex (contract review automation): is this legit?

https://www.lawgeex.com/ Is this a real force in transact sillydood02/26/18
I work with a high volume of contracts. Different wording, blackholelaw02/27/18
It's not very descriptive, and I get a not-so-strong impress jeffm02/27/18
sillydood (Feb 26, 2018 - 10:04 pm)

https://www.lawgeex.com/

Is this a real force in transactional law? Hard to see how this would be worthwhile outside the most basic and routine of transactions, like standard vendor or services contracts that a company uses to procure or sell services. E.g., it wouldn't be useful in M&A or something like that.

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blackholelaw (Feb 27, 2018 - 1:47 pm)

I work with a high volume of contracts. Different wording, but all essentially on the same topic. I'd be interested to hear this answer as well.

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jeffm (Feb 27, 2018 - 5:53 pm)

It's not very descriptive, and I get a not-so-strong impression this is designed for standard contracts of adhesion if you want signature ready documents with very little effort. To apply logic to arrive at truly customized documents, my hunch is that the various clauses have to be applied and taken away based on individual circumstances which are defined after a series of questions to the user. While this process could reduce the cut-and-paste effort somewhat, it still makes the attorney supply some of the "thinking."

You should sign up for the demo, check it out and post what you find out.

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