Subscribers to Cheetah for Corporate Counsel, a legal research platform from Wolters Kluwer Legal & Regulatory U.S., now have direct access to Lawgood, a practice tool for drafting contracts and clauses using market standards.
Through a partnership between the two companies, access to Lawgood’s functionality is included with a subscription to the Cheetah for Corporate Counsel product.
Wolters Kluwer says this provides “another important component to our comprehensive solution as it allows legal departments to create and update their contracts in-house effectively.”
Lawgood is a unique web application that assists lawyers in drafting contracts by allowing them to easily find and tailor contract clauses and tap into crowdsourced best practices and trends.
Using a slider bar when viewing contract clauses, lawyers can change the favorability of clauses based on client and deal specifics, such as location and industry.
Lawgood says most of its contract clauses have been researched, vetted and drafted by lawyers from Am Law 100 firms.
“Lawgood is designed to save legal professionals hours of drafting and research, improve accuracy, and expedite turnaround time,” William Moriarty, cofounder and CEO of Lawgood, said in a statement. “Combining Lawgood’s product with Wolters Kluwer’s offerings will help corporate counsels better compete and succeed in a rapidly changing industry.”
(Lawgood was a participant in the 2020 ABA Techshow Startup Alley, for which I serve as organizer.)