In a recent webinar co-hosted by SS&C Intralinks and Kira Systems (now part of the Litera family of companies), three leading EU-based M&A lawyers provided some perspective on the evolving nature of due diligence practices.
AI technology has been proven to enhance the efficiency and accuracy of due diligence document review, which is increasingly important in an era of accelerating deal timelines.
One of the high points of the year in global legal tech is the annual Legal Geek conference in London. Legal Geek is less of an industry conference than it is an ideas festival.
Kira has its finger on the pulse of global M&A trends through daily interactions with the legal marketplace. In August 2021 we pulled together a group of M&A partners and leaders from the UK for a roundtable discussion.
In any M&A transaction, it’s important to balance process efficiency and risk identification and mitigation, while recognizing that the consequences of missing contractual language can be serious.
Recently Brian Hwang, Intralinks’ Director of Product Marketing at SS&C Intralinks and Noah Waisberg, CEO at Kira Systems, co-hosted a panel of prominent M&A lawyers to discuss their points of view on traditional M&A due diligence practices and the accepted levels of associated risk, and the role that technology has played in changing the standard of how due diligence is conducted.
What will the legal workplace look like post-pandemic? The topic arose during an Ortus roundtable that was hosted by Kira Systems.
Are law firms putting clients at risk by NOT proposing the use of AI-based contract review tools to more comprehensively provide due diligence in M&A deals?