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Tip Tuesday: What to Review When Drafting a Contract Proposal

February 23, 2021

When drafting contract proposals, make certain you have reviewed the following:

  1. Language should be as clear and concise as possible
  2. Punctuation is critical; a comma in the wrong place can completely change the meaning of a sentence
  3. When drafting language, it is important that your entire negotiating team understands the meaning and intent of the language you are presenting
  4. When presenting contract language, make certain that both sides understand the meaning of the proposed language
  5. If possible, work with your counterpart on drafting language so both sides will take responsibility in the final work product