Commercial Contracts: Strategies for Drafting and Negotiating

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Wolters Kluwer Law & Business, Nov 1, 2001 - Law
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In two comprehensive volumes, Aspen Publishers’ Commercial Contracts: Strategies for Drafting and Negotiating presents the insights and guidance of over 30 leading specialists, all experts in their fields. These noted authorities examine the growing influence of New York law on multi-jurisdictional transactions, discuss the general expectations of parties to commercial transactions, and identify critical issues that drafters and litigators need to consider when dealing with different types of agreements, from joint ventures and strategic alliances to government contracts, from intellectual property licenses to shareholder agreements, and many others. By putting the expert analysis, practice tips and illustrative forms needed to draft or negotiate a contract in just hours within easy reach, Commercial Contracts: Strategies for Drafting and Negotiating makes laboring over voluminous contract law references a thing of the past. Each chapter focuses on a specific aspect of contract law or a particular kind of commercial agreement. The reference provides an extensive array of time-saving drafting tools for preparing transaction documents or closing the deal more quickly and with less effort, including: In-depth drafting suggestions and sample documents Practical guidance from seasoned experts in each area of the law Quotes from rulings, citations to cases, law reviews and other works Detailed checklists and forms Extracts from relevant laws and regulations Case and statutory references Footnotes and cross-references and much more

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