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The U.K.’s fintech’s response to the coronavirus pandemic so far might best be described as “move fast, [and] make things,” as multiple and sometimes impromptu teams roll out f
When SeedLegals launched in 2017 in the U.K., I’d say many of us thought, “why has that not been done before?” After all, two things have happened that make this an obvious idea for a startup: s
Gradually, certain aspects of the law are going to be done better by software companies than law firms. And that applies particularly to contracts. SeedLegals claims to be the first legal automation p