Do more with less
In today’s world, having to manage an exponential increase in demand for legal expertise with scarce experts and limited budgets is becoming an impossible task for many in-house lawyers.
There is a fundamental need to make legal expertise more accessible to the business and to deliver that expertise securely and effectively at the point of need.
Legal departments can’t do this with traditional methods.
Neota Logic’s no-code platform provides professionals with a wide range of easy-to-use tools to easily build their own bespoke applications that automate their legal services.
The platform comes with the following pre-built template apps including:
- Legal Services Requests — this application enables a Legal Department to engage with internal business clients easily and efficiently anytime and anywhere. Business users answer a few questions about the category, timing, and scope of services they need. Requests are immediately evaluated for complexity, risk, and priority, and are routed to lawyers and other staff designated by the Legal Department. All participants can track and manage progress and resolution of requests. Data about requests can be reported using Neota Logic tools or a company’s standard business intelligence tools. Request categories, information for each request category, rules for evaluating complexity and risk, and rules for routing can all be configured.
Non-Disclosure Agreements — this application enables a Legal Department to provide controlled self-service to internal business clients for generation, review, and electronic signature of Non-Disclosure Agreements and other routine documents. Business users select a document type and answer a few questions about scope and counterparty, and select clauses open to negotiation. Documents are sent to the counterparty, who can review, negotiate, route to a different person for negotiation, and/or e-sign with DocuSign. Company participants can track and manage progress. Tracking data can be reported using Neota Logic tools or a company’s standard business intelligence tools. Agreement text and options, as well as rules for routing, can all be configured. For example, the Legal Department can require that agreements with specified characteristics are routed to the Department for approval before release to the counterparty.
Electronic Discovery Advisor — this application enables a Legal Department or law firm’s senior electronic discovery managers to provide precision guidance on the scope, cost, and timing of e-discovery projects., anytime anywhere. Lawyers and paralegals enter facts about a case and its discovery dimensions, at the beginning of a case when information is limited or uncertain and later when custodians, date ranges, data types, and other factors are more certain. The Advisor covers a comprehensive set of data types in considerable detail.Data types covered, productivity and cost assumptions, and business policies can all be configured.