RealDealDocs is a service that gives you insider access to legal documents drafted by America's best lawyers and companies. Our innovative search engine allows you to instantly find the agreements, documents and deal clauses you need, increasing efficiency while ensuring quality.
RealDealDocs compiles millions of professional documents pulled from a variety of sources into one searchable database. Our famed indexing engine categorizes and organizes these documents by a variety of searchable facets - including document type, governing law/state, parties, industry/sector, counsel and more - and can be combined with powerful full-text searching to instantly deliver on-point results.
So whether you’re trying to find an example of an employment agreement for a financial executive at a North Carolina bank or an obscure pricing clause for a supply agreement out of Asia, you’re going to able to find it - and fast.
Time is valuable - using RealDealDocs drastically cuts your drafting time.
Find the Right Document
The proprietary categorization engine of RealDealDocs finally makes it possible for you to find those already-existing documents that apply to your own case – and right away.
Utilize Best Practices
Use the best practices established by top lawyers and law firms to draft and negotiate your deals more effectively.
See what top companies, lawyers and law firms are thinking about and taking into account when drafting their documents and conducting their deals.
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