Force Majeure Contract Provisions During the Coronavirus Outbreak
With the disruptions caused by the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, many people are checking their contracts to see if they include a force majeure provision.
Common Boilerplate Provisions in Contracts
A look at some of the standardized language you'll find in many contracts.
Choice of Law Provisions in Contracts
Your contract can specify the governing law that will apply to disputes involving the agreement.
Time Is of the Essence Contract Provisions
What does a "time is of the essence" contract provision mean, and will it be enforced?
Contract Disclaimers and As Is Provisions
Parties to a contract can try to assign risks and limit liability. Here's how.
Arbitration Clauses in Contracts
Should you include an arbitration clause in your contract?
Attorneys' Fees Provisions in Contracts
Parties to a contract can agree on payment of attorneys' fees and costs if a legal dispute arises.
What Is a Liquidated Damages Provision?
A liquidated damages clause can be a useful way to limit risk but they are not always enforceable.
Indemnification Provisions in Contracts
An indemnification provision allocates the risk and expense in the event of a breach, default, or misconduct by one of the parties.
Standard Contract Provisions for Non-Solicitation, Non-Disparagement, Proprietary Rights, and Return of Company Property
Use these standard personnel contract provisions to protect your business's interests.
What Is a Hold Harmless Agreement?
Make sure you understand how to shift the risk of loss in certain contracts with this important clause.
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