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Create a Non-Disclosure Agreement using artificial intelligence

So much of our day-to-day lives has been given over to technology.

From how we bank to how we shop, from how we interact with friends and colleagues to how we consume media. As you would imagine the advancements just keep on coming too, and they are having a profound impact on the legal world as well as industry.

Artificial intelligence is now being deployed by lawyers across the globe to support the way they provide services to clients. Nowhere else is this marriage of legal expertise and emerging tech more obvious than in the way non-disclosure agreements can now be created using Robot Lawyer LISA.

What’s an NDA?

To those outside the world of big business or law, non-disclosure agreements can be a bit of a mystery. To put it simply, a non-disclosure agreement (also known as an NDA or confidentiality agreement) is a document created between two parties, whether that is two individuals, two businesses or an individual and business, to keep information that these parties exchange confidential. They can also be used to keep any potentially lucrative business processes and strategies in relation to ideas safe from being replicated.

For example, an entrepreneur trying to raise capital might need to disclose potentially highly sensitive information about their product during early stage discussions with investors. An NDA helps ensure that trade secrets remain just that. Even big businesses may need them, for example if they are disseminating sensitive information to employees that can’t be widely discussed.

Having an NDA in place can help avoid costly legal fees that might arise as the result of a dispute. The time and effort it takes to create one of these agreements far outweighs the time and effort of filing court proceedings.

Although NDAs can be a relatively simple document, they do take time for a legal professional to draw up, possibly time and money which a lot of people don’t have. The result is that people either muddle on entirely without an expertly drafted unique contract for their circumstance, or try to use a generic template which they have found online but might not be worth the paper it is written on. That’s where LISA can help you.

What is Robot Lawyer LISA?

LISA is the world’s first impartial robot lawyer that uses AI technology to produce legally binding non-disclosure agreements. It was designed and developed in 2016 by a group of highly qualified solicitors, business people and property experts with decades worth of entrepreneurial, corporate and commercial legal experience.

LISA’s job is to make sure that you and the receiver are able to find a commercially sensible middle ground for your NDA that is fair and reasonable to both sides, quickly, easily, conveniently and at no cost.  Starting in the middle-ground and then with your input, LISA will automatically and expertly generate the right type of NDA to suit you and your counter-party’s unique requirements.

Creating a FREE non-disclosure agreement with LISA takes you and the receiver just a matter of minutes. You can visit LISA’s website HERE to start the simple, fast and convenient process.  You will be taken step by step through the entire procedure, providing expert tips and guidance as you build your document, together.

Once you and your receiver have created your unique NDA contract for free, if you or the other party wish to ‘run it by’ a human lawyer for 100% peace of mind, you can then forward the NDA document to a solicitor of your choice. In fact, why not check out the SRA regulated solicitors in the directory HERE on the Law Plain and Simple website or similarly the solicitor who helped develop LISA noted in the NDA contract tool? Of course, engaging a human lawyer may incur costs from that point onward.

It doesn’t matter the size of business or the field you are in. LISA is the perfect fit for everyone. This completely free and easy NDA product and service can save you time, money and stress. LISA is ready and waiting to help 365 days a year, 7 days a week, 24 hours a day because we know that in business timing is crucial.

NDA plain and simple?

By dealing directly with LISA, you don’t need to worry about being intimidated by legal jargon or the complexities of the law which may not apply to you. All NDA contracts are produced in simple, plain, easy to read and understand English and include a Legal Guidance document explaining the legal and commercial nuances surrounding your contract (also written in plain English to help with understanding anything complex).

There’s also no need to inconveniently travel for that all important initial meeting with a human lawyer because you can ‘virtually meet’ LISA, receive LISA’s advice and create your NDA from the comfort of your own home, office or even local cafe! There’s no need to suffer any embarrassment of feeling intellectually inferior when it comes to law - you are now in total control.

Plus, unlike human lawyers which cannot advise for both sides, LISA is designed to find a middle ground as quickly as possible as she is totally transparent throughout the process and doesn't lean toward or favour a party. You get to feel what it’s like to stand in the shoes of your receiver and vice versa.

All it takes to create your NDA Expert Contract with Robot Lawyer LISA is a few clicks! Why not give it a go now …

Article written and contributed by Robot Lawyer LISA

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DISCLAIMER: This article should not be regarded as constituting legal advice in relation to particular circumstances. This article is merely a general comment on the relevant topic. If specific advice is required in connection with any of the matters covered in this article, please speak to Robot Lawyer LISA directly

Published on 11th June 2018
(Last updated 24th July 2018)

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