Have you ever received angry emails from customers? If you have, I know how you feel. It’s that unpleasant, sinking feeling in your stomach. You can feel your heart pounding in your chest. And you want to defend yourself from this attack. You’re Not Alone First, let me just say you’re not alone. I’ve received…

Also called an integration clause, a merger clause is a provision in a contract. A merger clause limits the content of the agreement to just what is written in the contract. For example, if Bob and Tina have a contract, Tina may not use promises made by Bob that weren’t written down. This is a…

What is a Savings Clause? This is a common question I get regarding contracts. Firstly, savings clauses and severability clauses are the same thing in contracts. Their origins may be different. I don’t know. However, you can use them interchangeably. Severability is the most common for me. Unfortunately for you, lawyers typically write these with…

What is a severability clause? This is one of the more common questions I get, especially from those new to small business. That’s not a bad thing! This is boilerplate. It sounds relatively meaningless, but does actually carry a lot of meaning. On the other hand, lawyers rarely read these because they all tend to…

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