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3 ways the practice of corporate law is changing

By Katie Cook on May 17, 2016 11:14:46 AM

There’s no denying it, the entire business landscape is being changed by various factors, and corporate law is not immune from this transformation.  In the past decade or so, the rise of high internet speeds, collaborative business technologies and ubiquitous system access via the cloud have all combined to elevate the way deals get done in business - including the role and placement of corporate law in this process.  Here are three principal ways the corporate legal industry is changing to become more engaged in the process of business negotiations and contracting:

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How to speed up the corporate decision-making process

By Emil Stefanutti on Mar 17, 2016 11:45:36 AM

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Some of the surprising ways technology will affect future negotiations

By Katie Cook on Feb 19, 2016 11:12:18 AM

There has been a lot of discussion about how new technologies such as online negotiation and contract management software are changing the process of getting deals done - either from a legal, sales or procurement perspective.  Most of this has focused on how it’s accelerating the process and making it more streamlined.  

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How to leverage reverse psychology in negotiations

By Peter Thomson on Feb 4, 2016 5:28:42 PM

Leveraging reverse psychology in negotiations with the aid of contract management software

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Effective contract management in the healthcare industry

By Katie Cook on Feb 2, 2016 4:42:15 PM

If you work in the healthcare industry in a legal capacity your concerns on a day to day basis most properly include the following:

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How your purchasing process is costing you more than you think

By Peter Thomson on Jan 14, 2016 5:00:52 PM

The rise of predictive agreementTM

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