Transform Your Legal Drafting with This Library of Drafting Articles

Posted on 04-03-2017 by
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Legal Drafting: 10 Insights into Drafting Better Documents

Drafting Limitation of Liability Provisions in EPC Contracts

When drafting a limitation of liability provision in an EPC contract, the items detailed below are commonly excluded.

Understanding, Drafting, and Negotiating Independent Contractor Agreements

This article will help you determine the legitimacy of independent contractor status for the worker at issue and assist you in drafting and negotiating a defensible independent contractor agreement.

Understanding & Drafting Internship Agreements

This article discusses how to draft effective internship agreements that comply with the U.S. Department of Labor’s (DOL’s) regulations concerning unpaid internships, as well as recent court decisions applying a new test concerning unpaid internships.

Understanding, Negotiating, and Drafting Purchase Price Provisions

The purchase price provisions are among the most critical terms in drafting a merger agreement.

Contract Drafting Landmines

There are innumerable articles, books, and seminars that offer guidance on contract drafting style. Among many other things, they typically counsel drafters to avoid legalese, redundancy, inconsistency, and ambiguity—all important suggestions.

Drafting Privacy Policies

This article discusses the key issues that a practitioner should consider when drafting or reviewing a client’s privacy policy.

Crafting Confidential and Proprietary Information Policies

Get drafting tips, an examination of litigation considerations and learn what to do when that valuable employee walks out (or in) the door.

The Past, Present and Future of Legal Drafting Technology

The fundamental narrative arc of legal drafting has not changed in hundreds of years—and maybe longer. What have changed are the tools that lawyers and others now use to find and validate related documents or case law, and then draft briefs, memos or deals.

Top Five Tools within Lexis® for Microsoft Office®

Lexis® for Microsoft® Office is the drafting and review tool that drastically cuts the time it takes for you to draft or respond to legal documents by running right within the Word documents and Outlook emails you’re working in.

Lexis for Microsoft Office: Using Clauses & Contracts; Samples & Forms

Lexis® for Microsoft Office® provides content and tools to help litigators and transactional attorneys identify precedent and complete document drafting with greater confidence and efficiency

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