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Tim Follett and Hannah Knight unpacked the Greensill Capital collapse using StructureFlow at LegalGeek’s Uncertain Decade event 2021 – breaking down the complex information of the case into visualisations. Get access to the project here.
Following a successful pilot, the firm will incorporate the visualisation and collaboration tool as part of its legal tech toolkit. The technology will provide Slaughter and May lawyers with access to advanced technology to produce intelligent digital models of corporate structures and transactions.
Our Head of Product, Owen Oliver joined LegalTech Arcade host Rob MacAdam to talk about turning good ideas into great tech. Check here for the links to where you can listen inc. Spotify and Apple Podcasts.
We were pleased to be considered in a distinguished list of “game-changers” for the legal industry by FinTech ShieldPay. See their LinkedIn post featuring StructureFlow in their article titled “How technology is transforming the legal sector”.
Our CEO Tim Follett has been featured in Legal Business World sharing his insights on how visualisation is transforming the legal industry.
Titled “Visualisation in Law: Cutting Through the Complexity”, it covers how visualisation has evolved in the legal sector, why it is so important in communicating complex legal matters, how it’s improving both employee and client satisfaction, and more.
Read an excerpt here.
Jerome Merchant + Partners Becomes First Indian Law Firm to Partner with StructureFlow. The adoption of visualisation technology will not only save JMP’s lawyers valuable time when working on complex deals but will allow JMP to communicate and collaborate with their clients in a language they understand, and serve as an efficient interface from the structuring stage of a deal all the way up to its closing.