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  • Stark Legal Education: Drafting Contracts
    Drafting Contracts: How and Why Lawyers Do What They Do. by Tina L. Stark. Introduction; Pedagogic Approach; Organization; Good Writing; Clarity and Ambiguity Materialshttp://www.starklegaled.com/tinastark/books-drafting-contracts.php
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    Aspen Publishers - Drafting Contracts: How and Why Lawyers ...

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    Stark Legal Education: Negotiating and Drafting Contract ...

    Negotiating and Drafting Contract Boilerplate. Tina L. Stark, editor-in-chief and co-author. Traditionally, lawyers use the term "boilerplate" to refer to the ...http://www.starklegaled.com/tinastark/books-nadcp.php
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    Drafting Points | Contract Drafting Lawyer Vincent ...

    Drafting Points is written by Vincent Martorana at Reed Smith Law Firm and gives insight into Contract Drafting.http://www.draftingpoints.com/
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    Getting Rid of the “Successors and Assigns” Provision ...

    Let me suggest a possible purpose for the “successors and assigns” clause – a variation on #1: To assure that, if either party sells all or substantially all of ...http://www.adamsdrafting.com/successors-and-assigns/
  • The Quarks of a Contract | Drafting Points

    The Quarks of a Contract | Drafting Points

    Home > Categories of Contract-Drafting Language > The Quarks of a Contract. The Quarks of a Contract By Vincent R. Martorana on December 20th, 2013 Posted in ...http://www.draftingpoints.com/2013/12/20/the-quarks-of-a-contract/
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    “By Operation of Law” (Including Draft No-Assignment ...

    In Meso Scale Diagnostics, LLC v. Roche Diagnostics GMBH (go here for a PDF copy), the Delaware Court of Chancery held that it’s not clear whether for purposes of a ...http://www.adamsdrafting.com/by-operation-of-law-including-draft-no-assignment-language/
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    CIVIL PRACTICE AND REMEDIES CODE CHAPTER 38. ATTORNEY'S FEES

    civil practice and remedies code. title 2. trial, judgment, and appeal. subtitle c. judgments. chapter 38. attorney's fees. sec. 38.001. recovery of attorney's fees.http://www.statutes.legis.state.tx.us/Docs/CP/htm/CP.38.htm
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    Contract Man - blogspot.com

    Avoidance and frustration may sound like common tax-preparation strategies, but these terms have specific meanings in contract law. When a contract includes a mutual ...http://contractman.blogspot.com/

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