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Thursday, September 1, 2011

Adams on the Contract Process

While I don't always agree with his point of view (including, ironically, his view that there should be no disagreements, because there is only one right answer for all drafting issues), Ken Adams is almost always thought provoking when discussing contract process issues.  He has just made available this hyperlinked list of all of his blog posts relating to the contract process.

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http://lawprofessors.typepad.com/mergers/2011/09/adams-on-the-contract-process.html

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Michael: Thanks for the link. For the heck of it, allow me to state my position slightly differently: For purposes of accomplishing a given drafting goal, various alternatives may present themselves from among the usages—good, bad, and indifferent—that constitute the building blocks of contract language. But usually one will be clearer or more efficient than the others. Furthermore, in the interest of consistency it's best to pick one usage and stick with it. If you can point to instances where I've made the wrong call, I'd love to hear about it! Ken

Posted by: Ken Adams | Sep 1, 2011 1:50:06 PM

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