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LexCheck’s Artificial Intelligence (AI) powered contract negotiation platform is transforming contract negotiations for many of the world’s largest enterprises.

London, United Kingdom, January 18, 2021 /Legal Newswire/

“We’ve been astounded by the non-stop growth and appetite for LexCheck in the EMEA region,” said Chief Executive Officer, Gary Sangha.  “It wasn’t a question of “if” we should open an EMEA office, but only of “who” would be best suited to lead this new frontier,” noted Sangha.  “LexCheck is thrilled to be joined by Steve Latter, an EMEA rockstar in legal technology, and we have high expectations for the growth of LexCheck’s business across the region under his leadership.”

The new London office will serve as LexCheck’s hub for all sales and delivery support for the region. The EMEA delivery center is the third international expansion for LexCheck within a year as it continues to grow both its North American and International support for its growing portfolio of international enterprises.  More information on LexCheck’s Contract Negotiation Platform and proprietary AI Digital Playbook Framework can be found here.

About LexCheck

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.

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