1. Create a robot
for each type of contract
2. Your robot questions its users
3. … and produces signature-ready contracts
Over time, lawyers accumulate considerable and complex contractual expertise.
It consists of legal skills, experience of various situations, drafting talent and techniques, and the command of efficient solutions.
Unfortunately, the tools currently available to lawyers do not enable capitalisation of this expertise.
To this day, in order to draft a contract, the lawyer:
This method is imperfect and can be a little random. Drafting and correcting the contract as negotiations go along is long and tedious, since the wording must be adjusted to the case at hand and must be coherent within the contract as a whole. For long, complex contracts, guaranteeing consistency is even more tedious, requiring repetitive proofreading and a strong focus.
With Gino, you transition from word processing to concept managing
Gino enables lawyers to intuitively enrich contracts as they draft them, by including elements that turn them into robots, such as:
The document produced is a robot which memorises the necessary knowledge to produce the contract just like the lawyer intended it.
By creating a robot for each type of contract (NDA, Shareholders’ agreement, Lease agreement, Service agreement …), lawyers incorporate their expertise.
Each time a lawyer needs to create a contract of a previously robotised type, he uses the relevant robot in order to produce the contract, or to have it produced by a co-worker, or even to have it produced by the person requesting the contract.
In situations which have not been learned by the robot, the lawyer enriches it accordingly. He thus capitalises his expertise by developing, over time, extremely powerful robots capable of producing contracts for very diverse situations. These robots become significantly valuable assets.
The lawyer thus avoids the repetitive aspects of the drafting process, as he never has to write the same contract twice. Time previously dedicated to repetitive tasks can be used for creative and rewarding legal thinking.
The robots question their users, in the same manner as the lawyer who created them
They ask all the questions that are necessary to produce the contract intended by the user. Naturally, the questioning is interactive and the questions vary according to the answers provided.
Using the answers provided, the robots automatically draft the contract the way the lawyer would have, by following her rules.
If needed, Gino enables the lawyer to delegate contract production to company employees with the assurance that the contracts produced will be entirely consistent with his vision.
By delegating contract production to third-parties (lawyers or operatives), the lawyer enhances her efficiency, secure in the certainty of the contracts’ consistency.
This process also facilitates knowledge sharing and drafting skill improvement. Draft contracts are produced within minutes and are consistent and secure.
These contracts are stored and managed within Gino in Word or PDF format, as required.
Each contract comes with a list of the questions & answers used to produce it. This list is an accurate Term Sheet of the contract.
use of Google Docs as a word processor, document production in Word or PDF format
table of contents, numbering format customisation
signature state, comments, attached files, document versioning
list of questions/answers for each contract produced
256-bit SSL certificate, individual accounts, data protection
centralised storage and management of documents produced, cloud hosting
definition of user privileges: creator, writer, reader
no installation required on the work station, platform accessible at any time and from any place
Chrome, Firefox, IE11, Edge
french and english interface
1024×768, 1280×1024 (4/3), 1366×768 (WXGA), 1440×900 (WSXGA), 1920×1080 (FHD)
learn to use in 45 minutes
online support available every day, from Monday to Friday 9:30 a.m. to 6 p.m., except on public holidays
on-site robotisation for the client
Clients currently capitalising their contract knowledge