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Contract Workshop

Presented By: Robert Saunders
Originally aired in 2008

Art Contracts – Assert your requirements while remaining client friendly with your own professional contract.

Business agreements have to work for your benefit by asserting your needs and goals on every job while remaining client-friendly. An authoritative contractor agreement contains important considerations ranging from proper layout and style to copyright ownership. Understanding the art and science of contract negotiation and contract drafting is the only way to earn money and respect in the business world. The real-world advice of Rob Saunders is how to get there.

Program Highlights:

  •  10 Reasons for a Contract
  • Contract Components
  • Clauses to Include
  • Language & Style

  • Revising a Contract
  • Need an Employer ID?
  • Preventing Scope Crawl
  • The Importance of Venue

Non-Member Price: $9.95


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