Contract Drafting Basics, Part 3: e-Contracts & Miscellaneous Provisions
This third installment in our ongoing series of practical courses on the nuts and bolts of preparing formal agreements that minimize the risk of later disputes, squabbles, or litigation.
This segment examines the do's & don'ts of several miscellaneous provisions found in most contracts, including clauses dealing with assignment rights, severability, reformation, and liquidated damages. The presenter, Billy Newman, then dives into a detailed look at the ins and outs of using the increasingly popular paperless contracts (popularly known as "e-contracts").
- William R Newman of The University of Southern Mississippi