In this post from last November, I suggested that the glory days of this blog are over. That might have been a bit premature.
In that post, I said that my focus will be building contracts that comply with my guidelines. I now realize—duh—that that will involve wrestling with all sorts of substantive issues. For an example of that, consider this post from a week ago. It relates to how to address a particular issue in a confidentiality agreement, and it was prompted by my work for LegalSifter. (More about that here.)
I wouldn’t be surprised to see many such posts in the future, because the world of contract substance is way bigger than the world that MSCD addresses, the world of contract usages.