iDisclose for Lawyers
iDisclose produces a full suite of deal and regulatory documents, to prepare your company for a financing and beyond.
The objective of the application is to streamline the drafting and disclosure process, have the client undertake much of the basic information assembly (since he/she already possess it), reduce the inefficiencies of passing the information back and forth between client and lawyer and permit you, the securities professional, to do what you do best free from the basic drudgery, which somehow has been passed to you historically.
With iDisclose, we believe that the burden is back where it belongs, with the entrepreneur. Qualified and experienced securities professionals and other advisors have spent hours and hours of time building the architecture of the iDisclose application to make sure that all of the appropriate information is captured.
By streamlining the document disclosure and document completion process, iDisclose can help your practice in many ways…
- Lower the cost of services and attract new clients
- Eliminate much of the drafting drudgery
- Partner with iDisclose to provide final legal review when customers complete the application and retain that client for the future
For lawyers and law firms that want to incorporate iDisclose technology into their practice, we offer a white label solution. We offer a customized application that firms can administer for their clients with their own logo, branding and color palate.
Lawyers can either have their clients prepare the first draft of documents with the application or have associates or paralegals work through the iDisclose application. Firms can determine how they want to distribute the workload and collaborate as well as how to allocate the costs and fee structure.
iDisclose can help lawyers and law firms assist clients that would otherwise not be cost effective, provide services at a fixed fee and more efficiently prepare customized documents. iDisclose is also a great training tool for junior associates and paralegals to learn drafting and materiality with respect to securities offerings.