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How to use precedent to create a new contract, by Jason Fueng, for Contract Nerds

How to Use Precedents to Create New Contracts

In modern legal teams, we use precedents as a starting point for our amendments instead of creating the contract from scratch.

Limitation of Liability Clauses, Beyond Just Boilerplate by Rebecca Gray for Contract Nerds

Limitation of Liability Clauses, Beyond Just Boilerplate

Limitation of liability clauses can be a primary line of defense in contracts when it comes to first-party damages.

8 Essential Contract Management Features You Need in 2022, by Cobblestone

8 Essential Contract Management Features You Need in 2022

Your contract management solution should solve your biggest contracting problems, starting with these eight essential features.

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How to use precedent to create a new contract, by Jason Fueng, for Contract Nerds

How to Use Precedents to Create New Contracts

In modern legal teams, we use precedents as a starting point for our amendments instead of creating the contract from scratch.

How Standardization is Innovating the Way We Negotiate Contracts by Electra Japonas for Contract Nerds

Why We Should be Using Standardized Contracts

oneNDA co-founder, Electra Japonas, explains how and why standardization is innovating the way we negotiate contracts.

The SaaS Supplier’s Guide to Service Level Agreements

SaaS suppliers are required to provide service level agreements to communicate their performance commitments to their customers.

Contract Redlining Etiquette - Rule #10 on Process Automation & CLM, by Nada Alnajafi

Contract Redlining Etiquette – Rule #10 on Technology

Contract Redlining Etiquette Rule #10 on Technology involves optimizing both the human skill and technology components of contracts.

Procurement CLM by Lucy Bassli for Contract Nerds

Procurement CLM: A Special Case for Operational Efficiencies Where Legal Can Shine

When looking to experiment with CLM technology, optimize contracting processes, and re-align Legal resources to the most critical work – start with procurement contracts.

Five New Year's Resolutions for All Contract Nerds (2022)

Five New Year’s Resolutions for All Contract Nerds (2022)

Five new year’s resolutions that will help us Contract Nerds improve ourselves and our contracts.

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Why Rushed Contract Reviews Are Bad for Business

Rushed contract reviews negatively impact the entire deal, and can cost the business a lot of money in contract leakage and other missed opportunities.

Contract Redlining Etiquette™ – Rule #1 on Comments

Contract Redlining Etiquette Rule #1 on Comments is to always accompany redlines with explanatory comments to help justify your ask.

The Indemnification Clause, Beyond Just Boilerplate, by Rebecca Gray, for Contract Nerds

The Indemnification Clause, Beyond Just Boilerplate

The indemnification clause is often hotly contested during contract negotiations and considered one of the most complex boilerplate clauses.

Seven Common Contract Annoyances and Tips for Dealing with Them, by Paul Swegle, for Contract Nerds

Seven Common Contract Annoyances and Tips for Dealing with Them

General Counsel and professor, Paul Swegle, shares seven common contract annoyances and tips on how to deal with them.

If your SaaS system is going to be tested in a proof of concept (POC), be sure to put an agreement in place. The POC agreement would ideally restrict access to the SaaS in a test environment, disclaim any warranties and indemnities and require your customer to ensure that no confidential or personal data is processed while in the POC mode. To learn more and join in the discussion, check out my LinkedIn post.

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