As I’ve said in earlier blog posts, parties to a contract have the ability to add terms to an agreement outlining how they can deal with disputes before they happen. Litigators, though, do not normally get an opportunity to review contracts until something has gone wrong between the parties to an agreement. It is for this reason that trial lawyers, e.g., litigators, can offer a unique perspective in the contract drafting process because they see “what went wrong.” Parties to a contract should anticipate the possibility that things will not work out as planned or that the other party to a contract might someday breach it. At Kelsky Law, we are happy to review contracts and other agreements to provide our clients with insight that may avoid the possibility of litigation in the future.
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