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Transforming Contracts From Legal Rules To User-Centered Communication Tools: A Human-Information Interaction Challenge

Published: 29 Apr 2013 Average Rating: 4.5 / 5 Print
 

B2B contracts are interfaces for collaboration between firms, but currently they are designed as user-unfriendly legal tools, optimised for court use when collaboration fails. Join this session to learn how contracts can be turned into user-centered business tools, utilising knowledge visualisation to enhance clear communication and ease of use.Helena Haapio International Contract Counsel, Lexpert Ltd; Co-author of A Short Guide to Contract Risk and Proactive Law for Managers, Gower PublishingStefania Passera Researcher, Aalto University School Of Science

 

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