Built-in Provision Groups
Our team of experts—who practiced at large firms such as Skadden, Weil, Fried Frank, and Reed Smith, and graduated from law schools such as Harvard, McGill, and NYU—is continually working to add more models. Our currently released provision groups can help with the following areas.
Includes provisions such as change of control, assignment, exclusivity, license grants and indemnity to help you get through contract review faster and more accurately.
M&A Deal Points (Private Target)
Includes provisions from share purchase agreements, asset purchase agreements and merger agreements, to help you build clause banks or deal points studies, or maintain a database with details about the deals you’ve worked on.
Includes provisions such as most favored nation, liquidated damages, termination, automatic renewal, export control and anti-money laundering compliance to help you manage contractual obligations.
Includes common provisions from shareholders’ agreements such as board/manager selection, veto/approval rights, rights of first offer/refusal, drag-along rights and tag-along rights to help you find precedent language, conduct due diligence or obtain market intelligence information.
Includes commercial lease provisions such as rent, notice, sublet conditions, description of premises, common area maintenance, parking, signage and utilities to help you with lease abstraction or due diligence projects.
Includes provisions relating to interest rate, borrowing base, covenants, assignment/participation, voting, tax and default to help track market trends and complete more efficient due diligence on finance transactions.
Includes provisions such as netting of payments, credit event merger, termination currency and multibranch clause to help with due diligence or regulatory compliance.
Includes provisions from loan commitment letters, including interest rate, maturity, amortization, credit facility sizes, covenants and conditions to help you determine market trends, maintain a database of deals or search for precedent language.
Includes provisions from non-disclosure agreements including the definition of “Confidential Information” and exceptions, injunctive relief and standard of care to help you determine confidentiality rights and obligations in the context of due diligence or any departures from your organization’s accepted and standard NDA terms.
Includes provisions such as the definition of “data”, notification upon breach, assistance with data subject requests, technical and organizational measures, proof of compliance, and transfer of data.