Bill Carleton wrote a piece last week about law firm Gunderson Dettmer making form agreements available on Docracy’s website. In case you haven’t heard of Docracy, here’s how the web company describes itself:
Docracy is a social repository of legal documents. Our mission is to make useful legal documents freely available to the public. We also hope to make them easier to find, customize and sign. No more crappy templates behind a paywall that you download hoping everything will be alright. Instead: reputable, transparent sources and social proof to help you find something as close as possible to the perfect document.
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There’s such a good discussion bouncing around a few law blogs that I couldn’t resist a quick post on a non-contracts topic. Toby Brown, one of the “geeks” at 3 Geeks and a Law Blog, and Ron Friedmann, the writer of the Strategic Legal Technology blog, started the discussion Tuesday with this post, which appears on both blogs. Mary Abraham chimed in with this post at the Above and Beyond KM blog, and Stephen B. Levy contributed to the discussion with this post at the Lexician blog. More good discussion is sure to come.
Thanks to a bout of insomnia and a shot of motivation I was able to tackle a few improvements to the blog recently. Here’s a quick summary.
Out with the native Squarespace comment system and in with Disqus! I made the switch for back-end management convenience, to reduce issues readers had when posting comments, and to simplify the commenting process. Now you can comment via Facebook, Twitter, and Disqus logins. [click to continue…]
Welcome to the inaugural post of theContractsGuy blog. Here is a little background about the person behind the blog and a broad-strokes description of what I have planned for future posts. One regular feature of the blog will be “the Reading List,” a spot highlighting a legal blog of interest. Be sure to subscribe to theContractsGuy RSS feed or check back Friday to see the first installment of the Reading List.
About theContractsGuy (the Guy)
This blog is a project of Brian Rogers, a corporate attorney licensed in Missouri and Illinois and practicing in St. Louis as a partner at Evans & Dixon, L.L.C. [click to continue…]
theContractsGuy is in pre-launch mode. The first post is expected in January 2011.