Contract management is a huge time-suck for many legal departments and becoming a bigger and bigger problem as legal department workloads swell. But it doesn’t have to be this way.

Legal chiefs and legal ops experts say it’s crucial to set expectations for salespeople and ground rules for which contracts require legal review or approval and which do not. A key piece of that process is creating an authority matrix that identifies who must sign off on which terms.

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