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Join Atlas Legal Research at theState Bar of Texas Annual Meeting, June 14 and 15, 2012 in Houston Texas. Atlas' CEO Rocky Dhir will be speaking on the trending adaptatins of the legal market. "The Lawyer as Boss in the 21st Century," 9:45 AM on June 14.
Your company’s contracts are in file cabinets, on hard drives, and stuffed away in desks all over the world. Some contracts are written on the company’s forms. Others are written on others’ forms. You have contracts in hard copy format and others that are scanned. Some are clear. Others are scanned very illegibly. Sound familiar?
Reviewing these contracts and summarizing them is a job tailor-made for Atlas Legal. Our team of contract review attorneys knows exactly how to manage contracts for an in-house legal department. The key is Atlas Legal’s training process.
To provide a very quick overview, Atlas Legal begins by having its contract review supervisors undergo training directly with a client. Once the supervising attorneys have mastered the protocols and the contract review parameters, those supervising attorneys train the lawyers who will be working on the front lines of the contract review. Once all the lawyers master the contract review protocols, Atlas Legal’s team gets to work.
Our contract review lawyers will decipher the key terms of the contracts, summarize them, and input them into spreadsheets or onto online platforms that will help in-house legal departments manage their contracts. Atlas Legal’s goal with contract review is to streamline contract management and create an asset that in-house legal departments can use for the long-term.