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Key Issues in a SOW - part 3 of 3 - from the vendor perspective

Key Issues in a SOW - part 3 of 3 - from the vendor perspective

February 28, 2020 at 4:32 PM - deal support,

When you are a vendor providing goods/services to a customer, the most critical issues in a SOW are those relating to the description of services, payment, and the terms of acceptance. These provisions should be written with clarity and specificity. The remainder of the terms, while important, do not require the same level of detail. To help guide the providing party in its review or preparation of a SOW, consider the following: 

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Key Issues in a SOW - Part 2 of 3 - from the customer perspective

Key Issues in a SOW - Part 2 of 3 - from the customer perspective

February 24, 2020 at 12:31 PM - deal support,

As discussed in Part 1, a SOW should tell a story with enough detail that a person who is unfamiliar with the deal could rely on it to understand the intentions of the parties, including such key terms as products/services, deliverables and pricing.

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Tips on How to Write or Review a Statement of Work (SOW) - Part 1 of 3

Tips on How to Write or Review a Statement of Work (SOW) - Part 1 of 3

February 19, 2020 at 11:36 AM - commercial contracts,

Statements of Work (SOWs) can easily be considered one of the “workhorses” of commercial contracts, documenting key business terms like price and deliverables between parties who, in many cases, have previously entered into a master services agreement with each other. Regardless of the nomenclature (SOWs, order forms, schedules, exhibits, work orders, etc.), business teams should carefully prepare and/or review a SOW’s first draft to ensure that it accurately captures their intentions and expectations, even if a lawyer will ultimately review it. In this 3-part series, I will explore the role of the SOW and its key provisions for each party. 

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Highly Negotiated Provisions of an Independent Contractor Agreement

Highly Negotiated Provisions of an Independent Contractor Agreement

January 17, 2020 at 10:24 AM - contract negotiation,

As discussed in Part I of this series, independent contractor agreements contain a number of key protective provisions, the majority of which are driven by the type of services/work to be performed and the relative risk to each party. These provisions tend to be highly negotiated between the parties, in part due to the fundamental differences in the objectives of each party.

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A Closer Look at Independent Contractor Relationships & Agreements

A Closer Look at Independent Contractor Relationships & Agreements

January 9, 2020 at 2:17 PM - contract negotiation,

Independent contractor (IC) arrangements are as diverse as they are commonplace in today’s business. An IC may be engaged to perform a simple, limited project, such as providing flowers for a conference, or to lead a more complex project, perhaps as an architect or software developer.

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A Closer Look at Indemnification Clauses

A Closer Look at Indemnification Clauses

August 14, 2019 at 2:35 PM - legal provisions,

This is the second post in a 3-part series; click here for Part 1.

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