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.
- The world's first 'Court of Blockchain' will be created by the Dubai International Financial Centre Courts in partnership with Dubai's Smart Cities initiative to handle disputes arising out of private and public blockchains. Read more on @lawsocgazette https://t.co/mGIeAN6w33,
- Momentum in DLT & #blockchain is increasing as the @Law_Commission reviews the legal framework as it applies to smart contracts to ensure the law is sufficiently certain https://t.co/DXfK8Cbo2G,
- Since the #GDPR came into force, the number of breach of personal data reports received by Ireland’s Data Protection Commission has increased significantly - to over 1,100 in just over two months. https://t.co/QDIRzWD39q,
- #Legaltech training contracts for the future lawyer: Clifford Chance announces a new qualification path, the first of its kind https://t.co/fD4VwD19C5,
- The Irish Supreme Court has agreed to hear an unprecedented appeal by Facebook over a High Court judge’s decision to refer to the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) key issues concerning the validity of EU-US data transfer channels https://t.co/Ga4rrmCbbt,