General Counsel continue to face operational challenges, including cutting costs, “doing more with less” and yet delivering a quality service in a timely manner with efficiency, while reducing legal risk to the business.

Artificial intelligence can go a long way in facilitating operational excellence in corporate legal departments. Separating the reality from the hype surrounding this technology, here are some very specific illustrations of how practical AI can deliver material business benefit to in-house departments:

Revenue Leakage and Risk Management

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