Smart contracts, as a technology, are ready. Banks and financial institutions are already experimenting with them. Despite the potential for disruption, the legal profession, however, is way behind the adoption curve. That means opportunity for legal solution providers, if they start embracing the tech now.
Which provider will encourage widespread adoption by developing accessible smart contract tools, data feeds, and templates? The Smart Contracts for Legal Professionals report looks at emerging smart contract providers and discusses areas of opportunity and challenges for legal software and information providers. This report also offers readers a deep dive on what smart contracts are and essential actions for legal technology providers looking to make an impact.
This report draws from Outsell’s unique industry metrics and analytics, including our database of more than 8,000 companies. We augmented these assets through personal interviews with several CEOs and division heads among the top players in the market. Those interviews, combined with Outsell’s daily contact with players in the information and legal services industries and the deep industry experience of our analytical staff, helped form our conclusions.
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- Market drivers
- Key market opportunities
- Key smart contract platforms and providers
Why This Topic
Smart Contract Strengths
Smart Contract Weaknesses
Government Support for Blockchain
Growing Internet of Things
Emergence of Enterprise Smart Contract
Key Market Opportunities
Supply Chain Logistics
Key Smart Contract Platforms
The Linux Foundation
10 to Watch
Figures and Tables
Figure 1. Core Lifecycle of a Smart Contract
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