Leaders in corporate law are liberating lawyers to win more deals. Tech adoption that has clear ROI is part of a leadership mindset. Hear how firms are setting the bar for others to follow.
This is due to an accelerated pace of change and digital adoption, driven by client demand for agility, speed and rigour.
Macro-environmental impacts brought on by the pandemic have resulted in an increase in consolidation and mergers as an attractive way to emerge from the crisis for some businesses - and a significant opportunity for others.
In a fiercely competitive market, it is the deal makers who can move fastest, who will claim market advantage. The ability to complete transactions quickly and at the right pricing point, brings obvious benefits in terms of speed, accuracy and improved risk mitigation.
But it is so much more than that. Client expectations remain high. With increasing pressure on margin and significant competitive tension, the need to differentiate has never been stronger.Book a Demo
Consider Share Purchase Agreements and the number of permutations in the terms of a transaction;
Clarilis has this covered.
Alastair Lomax, Restructuring Partner, TLT
Technology is an enabler to stop fee earners wasting time when they don't have to, giving clients an infinitely better experience.
The Clarilis team of professional support lawyers work with you to evaluate the scope and business benefits of deep automation.
They are with you throughout your relationship with Clarilis - a continuous managed service as your firm evolves and grows. Our PSLs were all previously senior solicitors in private practice or in-house legal teams. Highly experienced people, supported by the unique Clarilis platform.
The winning combination.
Deep automation creates highly tailored and accurate suites of documents with minimal freehand drafting.
The Clarilis platform gathers, stores and categorises key data about the transaction in a data model. This highly structured method provides deeper automation than generic toolkits do and ensures that all documentation connected to a matter is drafted in the most efficient way.
Don't look to other departments. Look to your peers in corporate. What are they doing right now?Book a Demo
The market will drive the pace
Resolving square brackets, fixing grammar, bringing in riders (copy/paste, copy/paste), copying paragraphs from other deal docs and changing the structure of the drafting in routine ways.
Sound familiar? It doesn't have to be this way!
From selection of the right precedents to automate, to implementation of the automation, through to subsequent integration into your fee earners’ practice. Robust processes are key. Our PSLs are with you, every step of the way.
Each automation project should be justified in terms of the ROI delivered to the firm.
So our customers tell us:
At Clarilis all communication is lawyer-to-lawyer and from the outset, clients will have a dedicated Clarilis PSL who will be your single point of contact.
Experience has shown us that the project is usually best led by the member of your knowledge management team responsible for the precedent(s) being automated.
Whilst we work with over 30 of the Top 100 UK law firms, experience does not bring complacency. You will have a way you want to work and we want to work with you. Together we can adopt the best approach for your firm, with best-practice experience to build on.
Intelligent drafting for Corporate Matters
There is no requirement for the precedents destined for automation to be ‘perfect’ or ‘signed-off’. As a general guide, if the relevant precedents are being used by your fee earners on live matters, then they are suitable for automation.
The Clarilis process involves giving your dedicated Clarilis PSL the precedents that have been selected for automation, together with any relevant riders and drafting notes. Our experienced team of PSLs and Document Analysts will carry out a very detailed review of the precedents in order to prepare them for automation.
Let us do the heavy lifting for you, this is what we do well!
Liberate your corporate team from the parts of your process that are inefficient. Your lawyers and your clients will expect nothing less.
Chris Taylor, Corporate Law Partner, Addleshaw Goddard