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Ask The Expert: From contract drafting to contract design - How to get started

Published: 28 Mar 2019 Average Rating: 5 / 5 Print
 

Author: Stefania Passera

This Ask The Expert will help you get started with the progression from contract drafting to contract design. You want to make your contracts more usable and useful for the people in charge of implementing them.

 

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