Drafting and negotiating contracts can get complicated, fast. Confusion creeps in at various points in the process and one contributing factor is a lack of standardized language. When language is inconsistent from one draft to the next, keeping up with deviations, as well as their intended meanings, can seem like an impossible task for everyone involved.
Contracts can’t always be simple -- they often won’t be -- but standardization has the potential to eliminate a variety of complications where contract language is concerned.
In this eBook, we’ll take a look at what standardization means, the issues it can prevent, and how it can ultimately transform legal practices for the better.