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It’s a Wonderful Link: A Year in Review
LinkSquares Team 8 min read

It’s a Wonderful Link: A Year in Review

In 2023, more than 1,100 legal teams unlocked their full potential with LinkSquares. Before we head into ...
Your Guide to Data Privacy Compliance
LinkSquares Team 11 min read

Your Guide to Data Privacy Compliance

Even though data privacy compliance isn’t a legal matter that generates revenue, it can cost companies ...
7 Common Business Documents for Companies
LinkSquares Team 6 min read

7 Common Business Documents for Companies

Documentation can be a daunting word for business and legal professionals. Many times two parties come to a ...
What is SOC 2? Why Your Vendors Must Have It
LinkSquares Team 6 min read

What is SOC 2? Why Your Vendors Must Have It

LinkSquares is proud to announce that it has successfully undergone a Service Organization Control (SOC) 2 ...
What is a Contract Repository and How is it Used?
LinkSquares Team 5 min read

What is a Contract Repository and How is it Used?

A contract repository is a fancy term for the method you use to store and organize all your organization's ...
The Biggest Risk of AI Contract Management
LinkSquares Team 3 min read

The Biggest Risk of AI Contract Management

Most modern contract management solutions have embraced artificial intelligence technology to build better, ...
Cockpit Counsel: Building Your GC Brand
LinkSquares Team 4 min read

Cockpit Counsel: Building Your GC Brand

"I want to be somebody leaders want in the room when discussing the hardest possible things." - Andy Dale, ...
The Top 3 Legal Docs Every Startup Needs
LinkSquares Team 6 min read

The Top 3 Legal Docs Every Startup Needs

Starting a business and introducing a new product to the market is an exhilarating and fulfilling experience. ...
5 Benefits of Contract Tracking
LinkSquares Team 4 min read

5 Benefits of Contract Tracking

How do you currently store your contracts? Do you use DropBox, Google Drive or your local shared drive? Or ...