Among the new technologies emerging in the digital world, in the field of legal technology, smart rafting is being imposed and speaks the language of automation.

With various variations and different technological modes, this automation component has as its main objective to create solutions to the slow processes of drafting a first draft of any legal document, and therefore to facilitate professional activities in the context of deliveries of acts characterized by increasingly business timings.

The latent risk, which is now under the magnifying glass by General Counsels and legal firm partners, is the need to avoid that the simplification brought about by the processes of legal automation could be detrimental to the quality of documents.

In this context, it should be noted that the essential element for the success of smart rafting technologies is precisely to demonstrate their ability to automate editorial processes, integrating with practices and knowledge peculiar to each company or law firm.

In this sense, smart rafting exceeds the complexity linked to the existence of entire libraries of unorganized and non-spoken precedents that, in fact, undermine the possibility of capitalising professional experience and therefore render inefficient

The ability of some first systems on the market to demonstrate their adaptability to inputs and individual needs is therefore crucial in order to build complex, even multi-lingual, contract drafts, totally customized and designed on individual company knowledge flows.

In this specific perspective, although there are still few smart rafting tools that can reflect drawings of complex flows and tree trees, these tools can play an essential role in creating value for companies and law firms through the conduct of legal activities.

By being able to free up time and resources without any detriment to quality and, indeed, working synergistically with the specific knowledge of each user, the smart drawing tools will lead to free resources for highly professional activity and therefore for the

In this context, the Italian startup Rokh, operating since 2017, partner of Microsoft and Swascan, has started to propose a solution before the need for automation became so pressing in the legal world.

With its own Smart Drafting (Rokh Builder) system and a team of lawyers with experience in primary law firm and multinational companies, Rokh creates a unique web-based private space for simplification, innovation and innovation.

These, through the automation of the Rokh Builder, can draw up contracts and legal documents in general, in a few minutes and in accordance with standards.

The Rock platform contains an archive of the historian of each trading, in which each intermediate version of each contract is automatically saved, organized and certified by certain date, with evidence of changes.

The archive allows to extract a structured, chronologically ordered and complete electronic file, which can also be used in litigation, reflecting the actual will expressed by the parties during the negotiation. In case of use in court, the date of use shall help to simplify the evidence burden.

In smart rafting, therefore, work efficiency and document quality are synthesized elements to promote business activities and leverage the need for lawyers to be real innovators and concrete business partners.

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