Practical Law for Commercial Contracts
One of the most common and time-consuming tasks for in-house counsel is drafting contracts. That process is never going to be fun, but it can be relatively painless if your department follows consistent procedures, uses only approved language, and keeps up-to-date on best practices.
Practical Law – the global legal industry’s most-trusted source of expert-written how-to guides, forms, templates, checklists and more – can help your team draft contracts more quickly and efficiently. Among the more than 90,000 regularly-updated resources in Practical Law are an extensive collection of Standard Documents and Clauses, annotated model contracts and other documents that you can download and adapt for your company’s use, plus many related articles, checklists, and practice notes with updated best practices for contract drafting and negotiation.
In the booklet Practical Law for Commercial Contracts, you will find two complete Practical Law Resources, the Checklist Interaction Between Indemnification and Other Contractual Remedy Provisions and the Practice Note Relationship Between Representations, Warranties, Covenants, Rights, and Conditions. Also included in the booklet is a listing of other relevant resources from the Practical Law Commercial Transactions service, a quick overview of Practical Law for in-house counsel, and extensive links to related resources.
See for yourself the difference that Practical Law can make to your in-house practice today.