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The second edition of Charles Fox's bestselling paperback guide, Working with Contracts: What Law School Doesn't Teach You, updates the original edition published in 2002.The perfect resource for new associates, law school students, business people, or anyone who frequently deals with complex contracts, the Second Edition expands existing material on contract covenants and remedies for breach of a covenant; due diligence conditions; organization of the agreement; credit-related provisions; acquisition-related provisions; the integration clause; and indemnification. Other miscellaneous revisions are found in every chapter of the Second Edition. In addition, the glossary and the index have been thoroughly revised. In its updated form, Working with Contracts remains the most useful and practical guide for anyone dealing with sophisticated agreements.
Charles Fox couples his career experience in drafting with his ability to teach and the result is an excellent resource on drafting, reviewing and critiquing contracts. The book can be used for students as well as practicing attorneys - new and seasoned. Fox covers both the small details and the big-picture in a way that makes reading about contracts an enjoyable experience (who knew that was possible?).
The examples and analogies are interesting and informative and presented in a clear and concise way.
Content aside, the structure of the book doesn't require a front-to-back or straight through read. Readers can work through certain sections as needed.
Posted April 13, 2010
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