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Katie Cook

Katie Cook is Director of Marketing, Communications and Legal Standards at ContractRoom. Originally from the east coast of Australia, she has a background as an Attorney having practiced in both public and private practice in Brisbane and Melbourne. Katie completed studies in journalism and is now combining her legal and writing skill sets in her role.
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productive workforce, employees

How to provide 6 parameters within which your employees can succeed

3 areas to focus on for promoting a productive workforce (part 3)

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managing, workplace productivity

3 tips for encouraging fruitful relationships among employees

3 areas to focus on for ensuring the efficiency and productivity of your workplace (part 2)

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Lessons learned from my transfer to Silicon Valley

Transferring from law to a software startup - what I’ve learned about LegalTech

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ISDA agreements, international swaps and derivatives transactions

How technology can assist with simplifying your ISDA documentation

Here are two ways that new technologies can assist with simplifying processes involving International Swaps and Derivatives Association (ISDA) agreements.  

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Contracting in HBO’s Silicon Valley

The third season of HBO's Silicon Valley is now complete and Pied Piper has just released its product to market. Several hurdles have been overcome in the journey to this level of...

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machine learning, AI, Artificial Intelligence

A Brief History of Artificial Intelligence

 A short history of AI: AI and its growing impact business and law

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