Award-winning legal data consultancy, D2 Legal Technology (D2LT), advises firms on the use of technology to unlock business value through legal change.
Founded in 2011, today D2LT is at the forefront of assisting firms with expert solutions relating to legal agreement data management, data privacy and protection, technology and process.
D2LT’s blend of industry knowledge, legal and technology skills places it in a unique position to advise organisations about the management and treatment of their legal contract data to unlock business value; particularly the ability to harness legaltech such as contract management solutions, document assembly tools, workflow, OCR, AI/machine learning and smartcontracts and to respond to digital disruption, to become data driven and to add much needed business context to legal activity. D2LT’s areas of specialism include capital markets legal documentation (such as ISDA, GMRA, GMSLA, MRA, MSLA, OSLA, Prime Brokerage, Listed Derivatives and Clearing Agreements), risk management, regulation and a wealth of practical change management experience.
- We were delighted to sponsor and attend @PrimeFinanceDR this week – addressing challenges including IBOR transition, cryptocurrencies/assets & the impact of #Brexit. Head to our LinkedIn page for the full story: https://t.co/8gIs6TAKS1 https://t.co/yVB2sTh7y6,
- .@FINRA has extended the implementation date of #Rule4210 Margin Requirements for Covered Agency Transactions to 25.03.20 – the 3rd extension to date, indicating the challenges in implementing an appropriate set of rules for the market. https://t.co/ZQCa5mkJ1S,
- We are thrilled to have Jason Pugh on board as our new Managing Director. Jason brings a range of #legal, #financialservices & risk management expertise to the role – read more on @legalitinsider: https://t.co/Lj2YOxljPM https://t.co/HLMh1RNMqt,
- News: @ISDA has published the first in a series of #legal guidelines for smart #derivatives contracts, explaining the core principles of ISDA documentation: https://t.co/v1SZxTuqNd https://t.co/UsE4gyuD8e,
- 69% of legal practitioners are seeing an increase in #Brexit related clauses in contracts, prospectuses and debt programmes. Are you seeing a change? @IFLRInsight https://t.co/ZuzEUpFvmP,