Ten Common Contracting Mistakes or Unintended Consequences

Many businesses enter into contracts day after day, and often rely upon forms and so-called “boilerplate” provisions. And while a contract may be limited in scope, it may have the potential to create significant liability exposure and costly problems without adequate remedies. Here is a list of “Ten Common Contracting Mistakes (or Unintended Consequences),” and some practical advice for negotiating key contract provisions and avoiding potential pitfalls of boilerplate terms, with an emphasis on some unique aspects of Washington law.

For more information, contact James E. Breitenbucher, Erin Joyce Letey.

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