LawGeex Contracts With White & Case To Streamline Law Firm’s Contract Review Process

LawGeex Contracts With White & Case To Streamline Law Firm’s Contract Review Process

26th January 2020

Contract Review Automation company LawGeex has announced that global law firm White & Case LLP has adopted its AI-powered platform to streamline contract review. White & Case is one of the first major law firms to adopt the platform.

Noory Bechor, CEO of LawGeex, remarked, “We believe that our Contract Review Automation tool is a market-changing product that can help firms like White & Case improve their processes. As a leading transactional law firm, White & Case has tens of thousands of pages of documentation to review each year. A tool like ours can play an important role in their strategy.”

White & Case, with more than 2,000 lawyers in 44 offices across the world, will be using LawGeex to improve the contract review process. “LawGeex was the clear choice for us. It shortens turnaround time and ensures consistency. We’re proud to be among the first law firms to implement this technology,” said Oz Benamram, White & Case’s chief knowledge officer.

Initially, the firm will apply LawGeex’s technology within the London private equity group to streamline the review of certain agreements and contracts. Ian Bagshaw, the firm’s global co-head of Private Equity, noted, “This is just the start. AI technologies can and will have a big impact on our transaction business, and we are pleased to be partnering with LawGeex to use AI to improve service and create cost savings.”

About Lawgeex

The LawGeex AI-powered platform reduces cost and accelerates deal closure by automating the complex legal work of pre-signature reviewing, redlining, and negotiating contracts. Legal teams can offload routine work to refocus their efforts on strategic issues and reduce risk and cost. LawGeex has been recognized by Gartner and HBO as a leading force in bringing powerful innovation and technology to the legal world. Dozens of Fortune 500 and Global 2000 companies—including HP, eBay, and GE Power—trust LawGeex.

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