BlackBoiler, Sandline to deliver legal tech solutions to EU clients
Category: #business  By Mateen Dalal  Date: 2021-12-16
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BlackBoiler, Sandline to deliver legal tech solutions to EU clients

BlackBoiler, a legal technology company, has recently announced its partnership with eDiscovery service provider Sandline Global to extend delivery of innovative legal tech solutions to European clients, providing them with high-touch service.

Dan Broderick, CEO and Co-founder of BlackBoiler, quoted that the new partnership with Sandline will significantly expand its business in Europe and will support existing EU clientele of the company with state-of-the-art integrator of legal technology.

Mr. Broderick mentioned that Jon and Dominic from Sandline will be bringing in unparalleled experience coupled with subject matter knowledge from largest law firms and corporate legal departments in Europe.

Sandline offers eDiscovery services as well as consultancy over email and document management solutions. It has data centers across Washington D.C., Frankfurt and Taipei.

Jon Canty, Sandline CEO, commented that teaming up with BlackBoiler will allow the company to extend its application landscape to aid clients during the initiation of lifecycle of documents and contracts.

Imperative to note that BlackBoiler’s patented technology targets $35 billion worth global market. Of this, $26 billion is spent by companies to review and negotiate semantically similar contracts, whereas $7 billion is dedicated to verbatim work.

With this, the company has been able to offer 70% less time in reviewing process as compared to in-person review.

Additionally, the automated editing technology provided by the company prompts company-specific revisions be implemented for corporate documents to automate the contract negotiation process.

As Dominic Piernot, Sandline’s VP-Europe cited, there is a need for hands-on and value-adding solutions in the technology used by the legal community. Their firm can offer both parties with potential to provide a forefront natural language processing solution that has already gained popularity among large law firms.

Reportedly, BlackBoiler’s clientele consists of 25 American law firms along with multiple Fortune 1000 organizations like $14 billion technology manufacturer, TE Connectivity.

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