Contract automation for smartphone and tablets – Weagree Wizard major upgrade

Swiping and tapping your contract on mobile or tablet! We released a major upgrade of the Weagree Wizard and the marvelous experience on smartphones and tablets is available for all our customers. A few highlights… …of our transition to ‘mobile first’: Seeing only what is relevant for you; with a sense of full control over […]

Entire agreement and merger clauses

Every once in a while, I address a classic miscellaneous clause. This time, I would like to discuss entire agreement clauses (also referred to as, amongst other names, merger clause). For examples of previous blogs click here (on severability), click here (on counterparts), click here (on language and translations) or here (some notes on best […]

Guidelines for experts (a forgotten alternative for arbitration?)

An all too often underestimated means for settling disputes is the appointment of an expert (or binding advisor). Contract drafters do not see the clear advantages or even fail to recognise its effectiveness in various cases. This blog highlights its use and gives some guidelines for drafting expert settlement clauses. It is important to distinguish […]

This is not in English

It is not used very often, but every once in a while you might encounter it: a boilerplate on the contract’s language. Such miscellaneous provision should foresee what might likely happen… …if the contract is translated into another language (e.g., because the local law requires that contracts are drawn up in an officially recognised language […]