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Revisiting “No Reliance” Language in Contracts

A (fairly) recent 8th Circuit case reminded me of the importance of including "no reliance" language in even simple contracts. Exploring the idea of drafting simplified contracts for simple situations, I posted a sample contract for a sale of goods a couple of years ago. The idea was to draft a B2B contract that would […] Read More

Considering a Contract’s Legal-Battle Rating

I've often had clients ask me to keep their contracts short and simple. That's a great goal, especially since two of the purposes of a written contract involve informing the parties about their business relationship. The less accessible a contract is to the people who need to read it, the less helpful it'll be. Another […] Read More