LexCheck’s Artificial Intelligence (AI) powered contract negotiation platform is transforming contract negotiations for many of the world’s largest enterprises.
New York, NY, October 19, 2021 /Legal Newswire/ —LexCheck, today announced that its teams are headed back to the office and the opening of new, expanded New York Headquarters at 154 W. 14th Street, New York City. LexCheck offers the world’s only true AI-powered contract negotiation platform, providing near-instantaneous attorney-quality redlining and guidance for virtually all business agreements.
“Despite the Covid pandemic, the past year has been one of tremendous growth for LexCheck,” said Chief Executive Officer, Gary Sangha. “We are excited to finally be able to bring our talented team back together under one roof at our new expanded, New York City headquarters so as to better service our growing portfolio of customers,” added Sangha. LexCheck plans to announce similar “back to work” policies at its other global locations in the coming weeks.
The expanded New York office will serve as LexCheck’s hub for its global sales and product operations. More information on LexCheck’s Contract Negotiation Platform and proprietary AI Digital Playbook Framework can be found here.
LexCheck is transforming the way corporate legal works by employing AI to entirely automate the process of an in-house attorney’s review of common contract agreements. Employing state-of-the-art AI technology, LexCheck can completely replace the need for human review of commonly executed agreements. LexCheck does not just negotiate an agreement as an experienced attorney would; LexCheck negotiates an agreement the same way a given company’s in-house attorney would, adhering to the company’s own internal negotiation playbook and best practices. LexCheck is the world’s most effective AI-based contract negotiation solution, delivered by qualified legal professionals who work closely with their clients to incorporate the client’s own unique negotiating positions into the LexCheck AI. For more information, visit www.LexCheck.com.