Engineers and Lawyers: Craftsmen, all.
We are a team of lawyers and technologists with rich professional experience across industry verticals. We provide custom automation solutions designed to make legal processes faster, better, and safer. We provide consulting services in legal tech and have a proven track record of helping companies introduce new technologies and adopt company-wide systems. ‘Carta’ is our document automation service, and can be used as-is, or with custom modifications to suit your organisation’s needs.
Carta's intuitive interface makes drafting a breeze! Pick a template, answer questions, and you're done.
Carta lets users create error-free contracts in a flash. Time is money, yours is precious!
Carta weaves math, complex logic, and custom detectors into a seamless legal algorithm.
Carta is a chameleon - it adapts to your templates, and can accommodate any conditions you want to set.
Carta takes security seriously. Your drafts are for your eyes only. Sleep easy.
Carta comes with white-glove training and support. Our team is just an email or a phone call away.
Founder and tech brain of the team. She is powered by coffee, revels in jazz, and reads futuristic sci-fi written in a distant past. Ashwini holds a Master’s degree in CS from NCSU, Raleigh. Most recently, she worked on storage as an R&D Engineer with Samsung.
Bhavin graduated from NLSIU, Bangalore and has 15 years’ experience across the legal, technology, and education industries. He helped launch and scale two start-ups, and has in-house counsel, corporate law firm and independent practice experience. Proud pet parent, squash fanatic, and amateur theatre actor.
Integrations for efficient workflows.
Carta is designed to be a team player! We’re working on a number of integrations and partnerships that ensure full compatibility with all your favourite enterprise applications.
Carta is proud to partner with EisenVault! EisenVault takes away the hassle of managing documents by storing them in both electronic and physical forms, enabling smart-search and deploying quick retrieval measures. EisenVault’s innovative cloud-based document management system can be used in multiple industry sectors, and caters to specific requirements of various job roles.
We would be happy to discuss your automation and legal tech requirements, and help you find solutions that are appropriate to your requirements. For any enquiries, please contact Bhavin Patel at:
+91 90470 50022
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We reserve the right to make amendments, modifications, and changes to these Terms from time to time. When we do make such amendments, modifications, and changes, the “last updated” date given above will be amended accordingly. It is your responsibility to review these Terms frequently and to remain informed of any changes to them. The then-current version of these Terms will supersede all earlier versions. You agree that your continued use of the Website after such changes have been published to our Services constitutes your acceptance of such revised Terms.
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Principle 1: Notice
Principle: A data controller shall give simple-to-understand notice of its information practices to all individuals, in clear and concise language, before any personal information is collected from them. Such notices should include:
Principle 2: Choice and Consent
Principle: A data controller shall give individuals choices (opt-in/opt-out) with regard to providing their personal information, and take individual consent only after providing notice of its information practices. Only after consent has been taken will the data controller collect, process, use, or disclose such information to third parties, except in the case of authorised agencies. The data subject shall, at any time while availing the services or otherwise, also have an option to withdraw his/her consent given earlier to the data controller. In such cases the data controller shall have the option not to provide goods or services for which the said information was sought if such information is necessary for providing the goods or services. In exceptional cases, where it is not possible to provide the service with choice and consent, then choice and consent should not be required. When provision of information is mandated by law, it should be in compliance with all other National Privacy Principles. Information collected on a mandatory basis should be anonymised within a reasonable timeframe if published in public databases. As long as the additional transactions are performed within the purpose limitation, fresh consent will not be required.
Principle 3: Collection Limitation
Principle: A data controller shall only collect personal information from data subjects as is necessary for the purposes identified for such collection, regarding which notice has been provided and consent of the individual taken. Such collection shall be through lawful and fair means.
Principle 4: Purpose Limitation
Principle: Personal data collected and processed by data controllers should be adequate and relevant to the purposes for which they are processed. A data controller shall collect, process, disclose, make available, or otherwise use personal information only for the purposes as stated in the notice after taking consent of individuals. If there is a change of purpose, this must be notified to the individual. After personal information has been used in accordance with the identified purpose it should be destroyed as per the identified procedures. Data retention mandates by the government should be in compliance with the National Privacy Principles.
Principle 5: Access and Correction
Principle: Individuals shall have access to personal information about them held by a data controller; shall be able to seek correction, amendments, or deletion of such information where it is inaccurate; be able to confirm that a data controller holds or is processing information about them; be able to obtain from the data controller a copy of the personal data. Access and correction to personal information may not be given by the data controller if it is not, despite best efforts, possible to do so without affecting the privacy rights of another person, unless that person has explicitly consented to disclosure.
Principle 6: Disclosure of Information
Principle: A data controller shall not disclose personal information to third parties, except after providing notice and seeking informed consent from the individual for such disclosure. Third parties are bound to adhere to relevant and applicable privacy principles. Disclosure for law enforcement purposes must be in accordance with the laws in force. Data controllers shall not publish or in any other way make public personal information, including personal sensitive information.
Principle 7: Security
Principle: A data controller shall secure personal information that they have either collected or have in their custody, by reasonable security safeguards against loss, unauthorised access, destruction, use, processing, storage, modification, deanonymisation, unauthorised disclosure (either accidental or incidental) or other reasonably foreseeable risks.
Principle 8: Openness
Principle: A data controller shall take all necessary steps to implement practices, procedures, policies and systems in a manner proportional to the scale, scope, and sensitivity to the data they collect, in order to ensure compliance with the privacy principles, information regarding which shall be made in an intelligible form, using clear and plain language, available to all individuals.
Principle 9: Accountability
Principle: The data controller shall be accountable for complying with measures which give effect to the privacy principles. Such measures should include mechanisms to implement privacy policies; including tools, training, and education; external and internal audits, and requiring organizations or overseeing bodies extend all necessary support to the Privacy Commissioner and comply with the specific and general orders of the Privacy Commissioner.
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PLEASE READ THE POLICY CAREFULLY TO FULLY UNDERSTAND THE NATURE AND PURPOSE OF GATHERING INFORMATION, USAGE, DISCLOSURE, SECURITY PROCEDURE AND SHARING OF SUCH INFORMATION.
We collect “Non-Personal Information” and “Personal Information.” Non-Personal Information includes information that cannot be used to personally identify you, such as anonymous usage data, general demographic information we may collect, referring/exit pages and URLs, platform types, preferences you submit and preferences that are generated based on the data you submit and number of clicks. “Personal Information” is information which can be used to identify you as an individual; at present, this includes your email, address, billing information, company and identity information and any other information which you submit to us through the registration process for the Website.
In general, the Personal Information you provide to us is used to help us communicate with you. For example, we use Personal Information to contact users in response to questions, solicit feedback from users, provide technical support, and inform users about promotional offers.
Bayside will offer individuals the opportunity to choose (opt out) whether their personal information is to be used for any purpose other than what it was collected for.
We also may be required to disclose an individual’s personal information in response to a lawful request by public authorities, including to meet national security or law enforcement requirements. In response to a verified request by law enforcement or other government officials relating to a criminal investigation or alleged illegal activity, we can (and you authorise us to) disclose your name, city, state, telephone number, email address, UserID history, fraud complaints, and usage history, in connection with an investigation of fraud, intellectual property infringement, piracy, or other unlawful activity.
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Bayside Tech LLP (“Bayside Tech”) takes the confidentiality of customer data very seriously. These are some of the measures we've put in place to ensure that your data remains secure and only accessible to authorised users: