The problems that afflict traditional contract drafting relate to language and process: progress requires addressing both aspects. More specifically, automation without rigorous contract language is a recipe for garbage-in, garbage-out, and rigorous contract language without automation isn’t scalable.
That’s why Ken Adams’s focus on contract language has been matched by a commitment to contract automation. He’s the founder and president of Koncision Contract Automation, a developer of online document-assembly contract templates. Its first product is a free confidentiality-agreement template; go here to subscribe. Koncision is a trial balloon that’s intended to (1) show what state-of-the-art document assembly looks like and (2) gauge the market’s interest in seeing additional such products.
And wearing his consultant hat, Ken provides automation services.