Murray, partner, Murray, Hogue & Lannis, discusses possible drafting
pitfalls in creating complex indemnity provisions in contracts designed to
manage costs and risks of loss.
This is a
cautionary tale for attorneys who draft contracts -- a warning to avoid a
Note to Self: Remember not to unilaterally change the text of contracts that have
been signed ( via Adams Drafting ), even if it's only to "fix"
The dispute over who owns the Dodgers may turn on one
word. It is the 12th word of the second paragraph of the first exhibit of an
by Thomas L. Bowden, Sr.
You get an
agreement from a new vendor. You start to read it and your eyes glaze over. "In
the event that....provided, however,.....including but not limited to...... For the
avoidance of doubt.........." And on and on it goes. What gobbledygook.