Companies receiving, either directly or through third parties, personal data from Europe will need to comply with the new requirements. Many companies may have already adopted Safe Harbor provisions, but these are no longer valid protections. When considering whether this applies to your company, evaluate all data and information that your company currently receives, stores, accesses, or handles in any way. Learn More

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3 Most Common Contract Issues

9 Nov 2017

Submitted by admin on November 9, 2017

By Samantha Dill, Director of Contract Management Frequently, companies rely on Agile to collect and abstract all of their existing agreements to determine what agreements ...


Indemnification Simplified

5 Jan 2017

Submitted by admin on January 5, 2017

By: Kristy Achey, Advanced Certified Paralegal Indemnification language is generally the most negotiated, but also the most important, language within any agreement. In lay...


Governing Documents – Best Practices

28 Dec 2016

Submitted by admin on December 28, 2016

By: Kristy Achey, Advanced Certified Paralegal Gone are the days of conducting business per the terms of a simple 2 to 3-page agreement. More often than not, there are seve...