Legalese is bad for your business
Well-drafted contracts get you to signature quicker, with better terms, and set you up for a good working relationship. So why are so many contracts still written in legalese?
Commercial contracts: What they don’t teach in law school. PART 2 – PRICING
Of all the things lawyers are known for, being good with numbers isn’t one of them. But, the pricing is one of the most important parts of any contract.
So, here are some things to look out for when reviewing a pricing schedule…
Commercial contracts: what they don’t teach in law school. PART 1: SCOPE
Too often, lawyers are asked to review contracts without seeing the scope of work. Here’s why you should never start any contract review without the scope of work, and some tips on how to review one.