Parley Pro

Why Parley Pro? I have a personal love for technology and the innovation it brings. Fun Facts about Jordan  I enjoy painting, photography, tennis, and traveling. Also when I was in undergrad, I hosted political radio show. My spirit animal is a Flamingo because their name often translates to mean fire, they are a beautiful pink, they love water, and understand balance, which is really important in life. Did You Know?   I am a second-year…
Why Parley Pro? I chose Parley Pro because I believe we have a fantastic product that solves a real problem in the market and the right team to execute the go to market strategy. I also appreciate the work hard mentality with the team and look forward to having a lot of fun while driving success for the company. Fun Facts About Mike I have traveled to all 7 continents. I group up in the…
Why Parley Pro? The intersection between law and technology has always been fascinating to me. With my prior tech background before law school, it was a great fit to combine both my love of the law and technology. Fun Facts about Neemesh Dog dad, recreational basketball league champion. My spirit animal is a falcon, because they have the ability to fly anywhere in the world and they’re free to roam. Did You Know?   I am…
Why Parley Pro? Before hearing about Parley Pro, I thought contract negotiation was all about back-and-forth emails between attorneys with different colored fonts. Confusing and inefficient. There must be a better way to track all the changes made to the key terms of a contract that didn’t involve filtering through thousands of email exchanges in the archived inbox. And there is….Parley Pro! It’s user-friendly software is revolutionizing the way people negotiate and track contracts. And…
Why Parley Pro? I’ve always believed that the practice of law could drastically improve by integrating more technology into its processes. Too many businesses spend too much on too little service and suffer inefficiencies as a result. Parley Pro takes an innovative and comprehensive approach to the modern contract, and I am glad to be a part of a team that’s changing the legal landscape for the better. “Humility isn’t thinking less of yourself but…
I often speak about the future of law. One question I’m usually asked by law students and lawyers, usually with a grimace, is, “Do I need to learn to code?” They are visibly relieved when I say, “No.”   Though I always quickly follow up with a resounding, “But you do need to be technologically competent.”   Technological competence can mean many things. But no matter how it’s applied, it boils down to the…
As a young associate, I stayed on top of the newly emerging eDiscovery rules. As a junior member of a Fortune 50 legal department, I kept up with growing digital privacy and data security regulations. And as a lawyer at several startups, I have the most effective SaaS agreements practically seared onto the back of my eyelids. Each time I learned a new skill that was in high demand, it propelled my career forward in…
While money may be the blood of a company, contracts are definitely its bones: They are the structure that keeps it alive so that the money can flow through. A company’s greatest sources of value — its relationships and its assets — are often stored in contracts. That is why in-house lawyers put so much time, thought, energy, and resources into creating, negotiating, managing, and interpreting them. Whether in sales, vendor initiatives, business development, or…
Stephen Hawking could intelligently theorize about ominous black holes and far-away galaxies. But not without powerful telescopes and other equipment. Hawking needed and expansive vision and acute perception, but on their own. They’re not enough. He also needed the right tools. So do you. Contract lawyers explore bodies of contracts instead of celestial bodies. But you still need to understand many hidden, interrelated elements within an ever-expanding digital universe of contracts. Success requires using the…
“I absolutely love working from home,” one of my team members told me, now that we’re working remotely to limit the spread of COVID-19, the disease caused by the coronavirus “I now have 3 extra hours each day that I was spending commuting before. I can finally get enough sleep and go to the gym and be more productive.” “Not commuting is nice, I guess,” says another employee unenthusiastically. Visibly disappointed, he explained, “I miss…