Critical Issues to Address and Provisions to Include in Supplier Contracts
Make sure your contracts address both general and specific concerns.
Contracts should address basic details such as the date, time, place, method, standards, and other specific requirements of performance. Contracts need to make sure each party’s responsibilities and deadlines are clearly spelled out as well. And don’t forget to ensure that the contract is in compliance with all applicable laws and regulations, including the Americans with Disabilities Act. This white paper reviews these details as well as indemnification provisions and insurance coverage; and discusses specific concerns for certain types of supplier contracts.
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Past chairman of the Trade and Professional Association Committee of the Chicago Bar Association and recently served on its prestigious Nominating Committee
J.D. degree; LL.M. degree in taxation, Washington University School of Law in St. Louis; B.B.A. degree in finance, University of Iowa
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