Monthly Archives: May 2010

Adobe Offers Signature Automation

I’ve written previously about signature-automation tools. (For one, see this April 2008 blog post.) Thanks to this post at Lawyerist.com, I see that Adobe has …

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How Much Deal Risk Can You Tolerate?

I concluded my recent post on “good enough” in contract drafting by distinguishing the quality trade-offs inherent in the notion of “good enough” from the question of …

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Pointless Use of Quotation Marks

You sometimes see quotation marks used to offset attachment enumeration, as in these two examples from EDGAR: “Excluded Property” shall mean those items of personal …

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A Reminder About Drafting Corporate Resolutions

It’s not often that the topic of drafting corporate resolutions comes up in my day-to-day activities. That’s why I was pleased to receive from one …

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Don’t Send Mixed Messages

During my conversation with Dan Schwartz in connection with yesterday’s post about how to express at-will employment, Dan mentioned this post on the Minnesota Labor & …

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Squeezing Contract Drafting into the First-Year Legal Writing Course

Here’s a follow up to this recent post on how best to teach contract drafting at law school. The indefatigable Lisa Solomon told me about …

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“For Any Reason or for No Reason”

It’s been ten days since my previous post, but it feels a lot longer—please excuse my silence. It was caused by a combination of travel, …

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“Good Enough” and Contract Drafting

I’m coming late to the discussion of “good enough” in the context of legal services. I’ve encountered several blog posts that come at this issue …

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