Since the days of the barter system, negotiating a contract between two parties has been a herculean task. The lawyers' role in contract management requires urgent delivery of documents requiring careful review, and among those responsibilities, other less valuable tasks that hinder productivity, efficiency, and profitability.
While reviewing contracts is fairly straightforward for experienced lawyers, negotiating high volumes of agreements takes time away from higher-value work.
As a lawyer and a serial entrepreneur by trade LexCheck CEO, Gary Sangha, witnessed firsthand these heavy workloads and time constraints faced by corporate legal teams.
The solution to clearing the path to value for the business: automated contract negotiation through artificial intelligence.
Our mission at LexCheck is to help businesses increase revenue by simplifying and accelerating commercial contracting processes. We believe that lawyers should spend their time providing legal advice and let LexCheck handle repetitive contract review.
We aren’t in the days of the barter system, so why should we negotiate like we are? Experience the future of legal with LexCheck.
Gary Sangha is a renowned thought leader in the legal technology industry. He also serves as a CodeX Fellow at the Stanford Center for Legal Informatics.
A serial entrepreneur, Gary previously founded Intelligize, which transformed lawyers’ ability to research regulatory filings. At that time, Intelligize was one of the fastest-growing legal technology companies in the U.S. and was subsequently acquired by LexisNexis.
In his early career, Gary practiced securities law at Shearman & Sterling in New York City and White & Case in Hong Kong. He has been featured in numerous media outlets, including The Wall Street Journal, Barron’s, and various industry blogs. He has also been awarded multiple honors including being named to Crain’s New York Businesses’ "40 Under 40" list.
Gary earned his J.D. at the University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School and received his B.A. in Economics and Commerce from the University of Toronto. He is duly licensed and admitted to practice as an attorney and counselor-at-law in all the courts of the State of New York.