Vol. 9 | Contracts are not built on hope, but on collaboration 💫

Hi there,

Rebellions are built on hope 💫
But contracts ... are built on collaboration.

That, dear reader - would be the only Star Wars reference in this newsletter, I promise ✋. If you are a fan, I hope you had as much fun geeking out as some of us did. And if you’re not, we got some pretty great content for you nonetheless. 📖

The 4th edition of #LegalMatters features Shiv Vyas, GC of Compusoft Group. It is an interesting discussion on the impact commercially-minded GCs can bring to the table. Catch the full interview here.👇


NEWS IN MINUTES ⏱️

Okay, now for something a little different. If you’ve ever had smart ideas to hack together simple tools/tech that lawyers can use, this is your time to shine.

- No Code Sports League is exactly what it sounds like - a programming-free hackathon for lawyers. Not only is it loads of fun, but you also stand to win prizes 🏆 Read all about it right here.

- Then there's a frenemy story that left us somewhat confused - Amazon and Microsoft team up to defend against facial recognition lawsuits. With elements like training algorithms to differentiate people of color and a few (mis)used photos, this is an interesting case overall to exercise your argumentative skills 🏛️.


FEATURE HIGHLIGHT

Hey, you’re still here - so let's discuss what we were talking about at the start of this email - contract collaboration. Editing contracts feels better as a team sport. So we built something very, very cool - real-time multi-editor support on SpotDraft. 💣

See changes to your contract, as they happen. Leave comments or clarify doubts instantly. And collaborate the way you’ve always wanted to. 👇


LET NUMBERS TELL YOUR STORY

Exhibit your work with SpotInsights 💡

With SpotInsights - legal departments can create intuitive visual dashboards to display their value, understand their workload, and use this data to optimize their processes. We know it is a lot to digest, so here's a sneak-peek 👇

SpotInsight

LEGAL LEADER HIGHLIGHT

"It is important to find the time to upskill at work and to do that, you cannot be spending 24x7 on negotiating contracts and putting out fires.”
- Shiv Vyas, GC, Compusoft Group

A question for you: Is it a crime to share your Netflix account/password?

Apparently, according to Netflix's user terms, and a federal law that prohibits you from sharing passwords. Read about this proposition here. 📺


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