Commercial lawyers ink thousands of contracts every day. Faced with an ever-shortening business cycle, they often do not have the luxury of seeking perfection in the contracting process. Fortunately, very few contracts ultimately end up in a formal legal dispute, but when they do, the fine points of the terms and conditions can become pivotal to litigation success or failure. There are things we can do to increase the odds that our contracts will work for us, rather than against us, if there is a dispute. Based on our experience in negotiating, implementing, disputing and litigating these kinds of agreements, this article suggests some areas of a typical service agreements that should not be overlooked during the contracting process.
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