Recently Brian Hwang, Intralinks’ Director of Product Marketing at SS&C Intralinks and Noah Waisberg, CEO at Kira Systems, co-hosted a panel of prominent M&A lawyers to discuss their points of view on traditional M&A due diligence practices and the accepted levels of associated risk, and the role that technology has played in changing the standard of how due diligence is conducted.
Many law firm partners struggle to negotiate prices when technology is leveraged as a part of legal services. In a recent Kira-sponsored webinar, Pricing of Technology-Enhanced Legal Services for Today’s Law Firms, Richard Burcher of legal pricing consultancy Validatum provided a road map for thinking about legal pricing when technology is central to the value that firms provide to clients.
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Louis Lehot’s legal career has changed shapes a number of times - starting with an M&A role in a Wall Street firm, the launch of his own practice serving startups in Silicon Valley, and more recently his boutique firm L2 was acquired by Foley & Lardner LLP.
Machado Meyer is a leading law firm in Brazil with more than 900 employees. For 49 years, the firm has built a reputation for legal intelligence that leverages opportunities and creates value for its clients.
What will the legal workplace look like post-pandemic? The topic arose during an Ortus roundtable that was hosted by Kira Systems.
Kira Systems’ co-founders Noah Waisberg and Dr. Alexander Hudek’s new book, AI for Lawyers, has generated a lot of interest among legal practitioners and law firm leaders who are eager to understand the ways AI will transform the industry.
Are law firms putting clients at risk by NOT proposing the use of AI-based contract review tools to more comprehensively provide due diligence in M&A deals?
Contracts contain some of the most critical and sensitive information that an organization wants to protect - information about strategies, relationships, prices, timetables, intentions.