Contract Review

Understand your obligations, surface promises and mitigate risk


  • We review contracts in any language, anywhere
  • Experienced partners and contract consultants help to structure your review
  • We manage the entire review, end to end

Our contract review services enable organisations to inventory, classify and analyse the content of their contracts. Regardless of the languages the contracts or in, their complexity or where they need to be reviewed, our global network of contract review professionals and review centres means we can assemble the right review team and project workflow to meet the unique needs of your project.

Our services include reassembling stray addenda and master services agreements into whole contracts, multilingual contract review, contract consultants to help identify what to look for, experienced review management and best practice workflows, and a final deliverable customised to meet your project goals.

Let Consilio’s team of experts help you meet your objectives in support of:

  • General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and Brexit Readiness: With the implementation of the GDPR and future Brexit-driven changes, our team can surface terms that require redrafting or review by your legal team.
  • Contract Management System (CMS) Implementations: Our team reviews contracts in support of a first-time implementation, a data migration between systems or an upgrade as part of our broader contract management services.
  • Mergers & Acquisitions: We have experience with pre- and post-merger diligence, surfacing critical terms, clauses or obligations to your legal team.
  • Divestitures: Our experts redact privileged and confidential contractual information to prepare for the event.

Read how we’ve helped our clients succeed, or contact us to learn how we can support your contract initiatives.

Consolidating Contracts Post-Acquisition

Consolidating Contracts Post-Acquisition Consilio consolidated and reviewed a global telecom’s multilingual, legacy contracts post-acquisition to better track and analyze obligations and promises. A large, global telecom had made a number of acquisitions