In my earlier blog, I had given 5 steps to choosing a CLS.  Not all CLS’s are created equal.  You may first want to see what you require to manage your contracts.  What salient information do you really have in your legacy agreements? How does it vary? What’s important to you? Do you want to […]

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Does The Supreme Court need legal document automation? Well, perhaps not.  But according to an inside glimpse from Slate at the women and men in black, our nation’s highest adjudicative body hasn’t progressed much technologically beyond ink wells and whale-oil lamps. In a recent interview, Justice Elena Kagan let slip that even today, the justices do […]

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Brightleaf sells document automation technologies—and technology-leveraged services—that help lawyers work more quickly, efficiently, accurately, collaboratively, and profitably.  We deploy those technologies and services at law firms and in-house legal departments.  Our customers at those firms and departments use Brightleaf to improve contract creation and contract negotiation…and to gain greater contract intelligence over their executed transactions. We make […]

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If you’re a lawyer who’s spent some time in a law firm, you’ve probably heard several theories on what the best use of a firm’s marketing dollar is. Perhaps it started out as advertising in local business journals, then it moved on to having a nice website, and now there’s lots of talk about reaching […]

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Sometimes, something just jumps out from the background at you. Like a guy in an “Ellen” audience, even if there’s nothing technically wrong with it,  some stuff just feels anomalous–out of place–and it causes your subconscious to wake up and say, “Huh? What is that doing there?” Which I guess is how I came to notice the […]

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