A legal strategy: infusing flexibility
into contracts

This blog post title might seem like a paradox -- can a legal department really be characterized as flexible? It might seem strange, but it’s a goal to work towards, especially when organizations need to pivot their business objectives to match new regulations or economic patterns that didn't exist when a contract was executed. When it comes to contracts, legal departments can benefit from a little more flexibility.

In this IACCM podcast, I speak with Revitas Blog regular Tim Cummins about how your legal team can infuse contracts with flexibility and creativity. It turns out to be a matter of reasonableness. Lawyers, who draft contracts based on worst-case scenarios, tend to take polarizing positions. Tim pins down ways to keep your organization nimble by making the contract process on the legal side more flexible.

Take a listen to see what it takes to bring contract flexibility to your legal department.

And if Tim left you wanting more, ask a question in the comments section below.