Better, faster, stronger: revamping the M&A due diligence process with Artificial Intelligence platforms

Voluminous information in M&A transactions M&A transactions can be time-intensive, often involving contract discovery and analysis, due diligence, data room preparation, verification of representations and warranties, privacy issues and multijurisdictional privacy legislation and intellectual property protection, among other important aspects. As deals become larger in value and scope, the review and analysis of the foregoing information becomes both voluminous and jurisdictionally dispersed. The international nature of companies and deals often result in contracts that are drafted in languages other than those commonly spoken by the lawyers on a file. To maximize efficiency, minimize errors and drive down costs, law firms are increasingly looking to incorporate advanced technology in order to streamline the process. Artificial Intelligence platforms for information processing Enter artificial intelligence (AI) platforms. AI enables law firms to review a large number of…

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