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Machine-readable contracts:

A new paradigm for legal documentation

Your contracts are bleeding data. With Word and PDF as the default, contracts will always remain inherently uncollaborative, regardless of AI: built from unstructured data, they live as static files that can't be searched. This whitepaper explores the new, collaborative paradigm that's possible if contracts are created as machine-readable documents.

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What’s inside?

Juro co-founders Richard Mabey and Pavel Kovalevich explore:

Key definitions | Data in the contract lifecycle | Different workflow models | The machine-readable contract editor | The visual representation layer | The data layer | The logic layer | JSON explained | The future: towards a contract data platform | And more

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Download the whitepaper