Don't crash and burn - use this final "pre-flight" checklist
Checklists help professionals do their jobs with greater confidence and peace of mind. Signing a Business Contract? provides a quick five-point checklist to help you conduct your own final ‘pre-flight’ inspection before you put your name on the line.
Checklists help professionals do their jobs with greater confidence and peace of mind. To name but one example, pilots are trained to use checklists when they perform their final pre-flight safety inspections, even after they’ve had many years of experience. Signing a Business Contract? provides a quick five-point checklist to help you conduct your own final ‘pre-flight’ inspection of the document that will help govern your business. The author, a top-rated attorney, shows you how to spot language that could cause your contract to have ‘in-flight difficulties’ or even to crash and burn. You’ll read heads-up alerts, in plain English with real-world examples, about crucial points such as:
The author, D. C. Toedt III, has drafted, reviewed, negotiated, and occasionally litigated, hundreds of contracts in his legal career. A Houston attorney also licensed in California, he holds an “AV” (highest) rating in Martindale-Hubbell’s peer-review survey. As an adjunct law professor, he teaches advanced contract drafting to upper-level students. Toedt was the lead author of a published legal treatise on computer software law; in law school, he served on the editorial board of the law review. Between college and law school, he served his ROTC scholarship payback time as a U.S. Navy nuclear engineering officer, where he received some of his first lessons in the value of checklists. For more information, see About the Author.
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