We are not fans of Mondays, but boy are we thankful ours isn’t this bad 😓 -
The Tour de France mishap from Monday, June 28 shares the same flavors of a contract catastrophe, and reconfirms something legal professionals have known for all time. Minor errors can often lead to uncontrolled accidents. 🌋
More on that later. First, a few interesting curations just for you 🎁 -
Fintech veteran and COO & GC, Assembly Payments - Ben Bowden, discusses - steps to build a strong legal career, the implications of technology on legal jobs, and transformation of the financial industry in episode #6 of LegalMatters by SpotDraft.
Did you know?
The most popular expression after every major mishap is - “if only.” 🙃
Like, if only the fan was a few inches behind, or if only you had read that contract one more time to catch the additional zero in your deal value.
(Alright, I made that one up. But ever thought how major incidents could be avoided if only you could be more cautious?)
Agreed, it is very difficult to not make human errors especially when you are racing against the ⏰ or if the counterparty sent edits without track changes on. But it doesn’t have to be!
Enter, automated contract review and editing 😎 -
To check this and many more features out - Request a Demo. Always helps to have an extra pair of 👀, doesn't it?
World #1 Ashleigh Barty won 6-3, 6-7(4), 6-3 against Karolina Pliskova, ending Australia's 41-year drought for a Women's Wimbledon title since Evonne Goolagong. “I hope I made Evonne proud,” Barty said after the trophy presentation.
Novak Djokovic wins his 6th Wimbledon and equals a record 20 Grandslam Titles with Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal. The win also puts the Serb three-quarters of the way to the first calendar Grand Slam of all four majors since 1969.
It might be Argentina's 15th Copa America, but Lionel Messi has finally won his first major trophy (discounting the Olympic Gold) with the national team - a prize that has eluded him for too long. He still needs to discuss his contract situation with Barcelona though.
What's the most delicious thing in the world? 🍕 if you asked me, but if you asked the Italians today, it would be the taste of victory in the Euro 2020 as they beat England 3-2 on penalties to lift the trophy for the 2nd time after 53 years.
That’s the end of this edition of SpotDigest. Get yourself a 🍾 or a 🍸 (depending on who you were supporting), and take extra good care of yourself. We’ll see you next month! 👋
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