The Contracts Handbook: A Practical Guide to Reviewing, Revising, & Negotiating Commercial Contracts
While there are several contract law texts on the market, they are mostly large academic works that have little practical application. Litigating a contract issue is very different from reviewing and negotiating a contract in the commercial context. The Contracts Handbook: A Practical Guide to Reviewing, Revising, and Negotiating Commercial Contracts takes a new approach that examines contract law from a commercial perspective with a focus on helping legal professionals protect the business interests of their clients.
This text is divided into four parts. Part one explains the requirements for the formation of a valid contract. Part two deals with typical clauses of a commercial contract. Part three discusses modifying a commercial contract through amendment, assignment, and novation. And part four offers advice on reviewing, revising and negotiating a contract. Overall, this guide is written in straightforward language, making it applicable and engaging to anyone looking to learn more about negotiating, reviewing, and revising practices.
With this clearer understanding of contracts, businesses can work more productively knowing that they are not at risk due to poorly crafted contracts.
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