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Writing, Editing and Grammar Tips for Lawyers
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Writing, Editing and Grammar Tips for Lawyers

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In this program, Gary Kinder, of WordRake, answers questions about grammar lawyers have always wanted someone else to ask. He teaches lawyers how to remove unnecessary words to ensure their writing is …

In this program, Gary Kinder, of WordRake, answers questions about grammar lawyers have always wanted someone else to ask. He teaches lawyers how to remove unnecessary words to ensure their writing is concise, and shows lawyers how to enliven their sentences.

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  • 1. The 7 All-Time Questions about Grammar You Always Wanted Someone Else to Ask
  • 2. 7 Lay/Lie
  • 3. 7 the confusion: Lay/Lie
  • 4. 7 Lay/Lie the confusion: “lay” is the present tense of “to lay”
  • 5. 7 Lay/Lie the confusion: “lay” is the present tense of “to lay” but the past tense of “to lie”
  • 6. 7 Lay/Lie the confusion: “lay” is the present tense of “to lay” but the past tense of “to lie” and the two are not interchangeable
  • 7. 7 Lay/Lie the confusion: “lay” is the present tense of “to lay” but the past tense of “to lie” and the two are not interchangeable I lay
  • 8. 7 Lay/Lie the confusion: “lay” is the present tense of “to lay” but the past tense of “to lie” and the two are not interchangeable I lay the brief on the desk.
  • 9. 7 Lay/Lie the confusion: “lay” is the present tense of “to lay” but the past tense of “to lie” and the two are not interchangeable I lay
  • 10. 7 Lay/Lie the confusion: “lay” is the present tense of “to lay” but the past tense of “to lie” and the two are not interchangeable I lay down in the hammock.
  • 11. 7 Lay/Lie the confusion: “lay” is the present tense of “to lay” but the past tense of “to lie” and the two are not interchangeable I lay
  • 12. 7 Lay/Lie the confusion: “lay” is the present tense of “to lay” but the past tense of “to lie” and the two are not interchangeable I lay the brief on the desk.
  • 13. 7 Lay/Lie the confusion: “lay” is the present tense of “to lay” but the past tense of “to lie” and the two are not interchangeable I lay the brief on the desk. Right now.
  • 14. 7 Lay/Lie the confusion: “lay” is the present tense of “to lay” but the past tense of “to lie” and the two are not interchangeable I lay
  • 15. 7 Lay/Lie the confusion: “lay” is the present tense of “to lay” but the past tense of “to lie” and the two are not interchangeable I lay down in the hammock.
  • 16. 7 Lay/Lie the confusion: “lay” is the present tense of “to lay” but the past tense of “to lie” and the two are not interchangeable I lay down in the hammock. Yesterday.
  • 17. 7 present tense Lay/Lie
  • 18. 7 Lay/Lie present tense I __ down and ___ my head on the pillow.
  • 19. 7 Lay/Lie present tense I lie down and ___ my head on the pillow.
  • 20. 7 Lay/Lie present tense I lie down and lay my head on the pillow.
  • 21. 7 past tense Lay/Lie
  • 22. 7 Lay/Lie past tense I ___ down and ____ my head on the pillow.
  • 23. 7 Lay/Lie past tense I lay down and ____ my head on the pillow.
  • 24. 7 Lay/Lie past tense I lay down and laid my head on the pillow.
  • 25. 7 remember: Lay/Lie
  • 26. 7 Lay/Lie remember: to lay - requires an object
  • 27. 7 Lay/Lie remember: to lay - requires an object to lie - never has an object
  • 28. 7 Lay/Lie remember: to lay - requires an object - past tense is laid to lie - never has an object
  • 29. 7 Lay/Lie remember: to lay - requires an object - past tense is laid to lie - never has an object - past tense is lay
  • 30. 6
  • 31. 6 Me/Myself
  • 32. 6 Me/Myself Never use “myself” in place of “I.”
  • 33. 6 Me/Myself Never use “myself” in place of “I.” My letter to Mr. Gallagher was written after our meeting earlier this year during which myself and the General Manager explained at length why the District should serve as lead agency.
  • 34. 6 Me/Myself Never use “myself” in place of “I.” My letter to Mr. Gallagher was written after our meeting earlier this year during which myself and the General Manager explained at length why the District should serve as lead agency.
  • 35. 6 Me/Myself Never use “myself” in place of “I.” My letter to Mr. Gallagher was written after our meeting earlier this year during which I and the General Manager explained at length why the District should serve as lead agency.
  • 36. 6 Me/Myself Never use “myself” in place of “I.” My letter to Mr. Gallagher was written after our meeting earlier this year during which the General Manager and I explained at length why the District should serve as lead agency.
  • 37. 6 Me/Myself Never use “myself” in place of “I.” My letter to Mr. Gallagher was written after our meeting earlier this year during which the General Manager and I explained at length why the District should serve as lead agency.
  • 38. 6 Me/Myself Use “myself” only as an object
  • 39. 6 Me/Myself Use “myself” only as an object and only if “I” is acting on “myself.”
  • 40. 6 Me/Myself Use “myself” only as an object and only if “I” is acting on “myself.”
  • 41. 6 Me/Myself Use “myself” only as an object and only if “I” is acting on “myself.” I have enclosed information related to the relevant areas of practice, as well as profiles on myself and Paul.
  • 42. 6 Me/Myself Use “myself” only as an object and only if “I” is acting on “myself.” I have enclosed information related to the relevant areas of practice, as well as profiles on myself and Paul.
  • 43. 6 Me/Myself Use “myself” only as an object and only if “I” is acting on “myself.” I have enclosed information related to the relevant areas of practice, as well as profiles on Paul and myself.
  • 44. 6 Me/Myself Use “myself” only as an object and only if “I” is acting on “myself.” I have enclosed information related to the relevant areas of practice, as well as profiles on Paul and myself.
  • 45. 5
  • 46. 5 Can/May
  • 47. 5 can Can/May
  • 48. 5 Can/May can - capability
  • 49. 5 Can/May can - capability He can fix a leak with a paper clip.
  • 50. 5 Can/May can - capability He can fix a leak with a paper clip. may
  • 51. 5 Can/May can - capability He can fix a leak with a paper clip. may - permission
  • 52. 5 Can/May can - capability He can fix a leak with a paper clip. may - permission You may not come in here.
  • 53. 5 Can/May School Can Deny Funding to Group A public law school in California can deny recognition to a Christian student group that refused to accept gay members, the Supreme Court ruled.
  • 54. 5 Can/May School Can Deny Funding to Group A public law school in California can deny recognition to a Christian student group that refused to accept gay members, the Supreme Court ruled.
  • 55. 5 Can/May School May Deny Funding to Group A public law school in California may deny recognition to a Christian student group that refused to accept gay members, the Supreme Court ruled.
  • 56. 5 Can/May School May Deny Funding to Group A public law school in California may deny recognition to a Christian student group that refused to accept gay members, the Supreme Court ruled.
  • 57. 4
  • 58. 4 Fewer/Less
  • 59. 4 fewer Fewer/Less
  • 60. 4 Fewer/Less fewer – numbers
  • 61. 4 Fewer/Less fewer – numbers – can be separated
  • 62. 4 Fewer/Less fewer – numbers – can be separated less
  • 63. 4 Fewer/Less fewer – numbers – can be separated less – measurement
  • 64. 4 Fewer/Less fewer – numbers – can be separated less – measurement – cannot be separated
  • 65. 4 Fewer/Less
  • 66. 4 Fewer/Less fewer trees
  • 67. 4 Fewer/Less fewer trees - less shade
  • 68. 4 Fewer/Less fewer trees fewer drops - less shade
  • 69. 4 Fewer/Less fewer trees - less shade fewer drops - less water
  • 70. 4 Fewer/Less Ad for new Ford Escape Hybrid:
  • 71. 4 Fewer/Less Ad for new Ford Escape Hybrid: That means less trips to the gas station.
  • 72. 4 Fewer/Less Ad for new Ford Escape Hybrid: That means less trips to the gas station.
  • 73. 4 Fewer/Less Ad for new Ford Escape Hybrid: That means fewer trips to the gas station.
  • 74. 4 Fewer/Less Ad for new Ford Escape Hybrid: That means fewer trips to the gas station.
  • 75. 3
  • 76. 3 Who/Whom
  • 77. 3 who Who/Whom
  • 78. 3 who – subject Who/Whom
  • 79. 3 who – subject whom Who/Whom
  • 80. 3 Who/Whom who – subject whom – object
  • 81. 3 Who/Whom who – subject whom – object Who did you wish to see?
  • 82. 3 Who/Whom who – subject whom – object Who did you wish to see? Whom shall I say is calling?
  • 83. 3 Who/Whom who – subject whom – object Who Did you wish to see she? Whom shall I say is calling?
  • 84. 3 Who/Whom who – subject whom – object Who Did you wish to see her? Whom shall I say is calling?
  • 85. 3 Who/Whom who – subject whom – object Whom did you wish to see? Whom shall I say is calling?
  • 86. 3 Who/Whom who – subject whom – object Whom did you wish to see? Whom shall I say is calling?
  • 87. 3 Who/Whom who – subject whom – object Whom did you wish to see? Whom Shall I say her is calling?
  • 88. 3 Who/Whom who – subject whom – object Whom did you wish to see? Whom Shall I say she is calling?
  • 89. 3 Who/Whom who – subject whom – object Whom did you wish to see? Who shall I say is calling?
  • 90. 3 Who/Whom who – subject whom – object Whom did you wish to see? Who shall I say is calling?
  • 91. 3 Who/Whom who – subject whom – object I am writing this to _____ is in charge. That depends on _____ you want to go.
  • 92. 3 Who/Whom who – subject whom – object I am writing this to Him is in charge. That depends on _____ you want to go.
  • 93. 3 Who/Whom who – subject whom – object I am writing this to He is in charge. That depends on _____ you want to go.
  • 94. 3 Who/Whom who – subject whom – object I am writing this to whoever is in charge. That depends on _____ you want to go.
  • 95. 3 Who/Whom who – subject whom – object I am writing this to whoever is in charge. That depends on _____ you want to go.
  • 96. 3 Who/Whom who – subject whom – object I am writing this to whoever is in charge. That depends on Do you want he to go.
  • 97. 3 Who/Whom who – subject whom – object I am writing this to whoever is in charge. That depends on Do you want him to go.
  • 98. 3 Who/Whom who – subject whom – object I am writing this to whoever is in charge. That depends on whom you want to go.
  • 99. 3 Who/Whom who – subject whom – object I am writing this to whoever is in charge. That depends on whom you want to go.
  • 100. 2
  • 101. 2 Possessives
  • 102. 2 Possessives singular
  • 103. 2 Possessives singular add ’s
  • 104. 2 Possessives singular add ’s the plaintiff’s brief
  • 105. 2 Possessives singular add ’s the plaintiff’s brief plural
  • 106. 2 Possessives singular plural add ’s add ’ the plaintiff’s brief
  • 107. 2 Possessives singular plural add ’s add ’ the plaintiff’s brief the plaintiffs’ brief
  • 108. 2 Possessives singular
  • 109. 2 Possessives singular (ending in s)
  • 110. 2 Possessives singular (ending in s) add ’s
  • 111. 2 Possessives singular (ending in s) add ’s Andrews’s brief
  • 112. 2 Possessives singular (ending in s) add ’s Andrews’s brief plural
  • 113. 2 Possessives singular (ending in s) add ’s Andrews’s brief plural (not ending in s)
  • 114. 2 Possessives singular (ending in s) add ’s Andrews’s brief plural (not ending in s) add ’s
  • 115. 2 Possessives singular (ending in s) add ’s Andrews’s brief plural (not ending in s) add ’s the people’s rights
  • 116. 2 Possessives one BIG exception:
  • 117. 2 Possessives one BIG exception: its
  • 118. 2 Possessives one BIG exception: its (possessive pronoun)
  • 119. 2 Possessives one BIG exception: its (possessive pronoun) it’s
  • 120. 2 Possessives one BIG exception: its (possessive pronoun) it’s (contraction for “it is”)
  • 121. 1
  • 122. 1 That/Which
  • 123. 1 that That/Which
  • 124. 1 That/Which that – restrictive
  • 125. 1 That/Which that – restrictive which
  • 126. 1 That/Which that – restrictive which – nonrestrictive
  • 127. 1 That/Which that – restrictive – essential which – nonrestrictive
  • 128. 1 That/Which that – restrictive – essential which – nonrestrictive – nonessential
  • 129. 1 That/Which that – restrictive – essential – distinguishes which – nonrestrictive – nonessential
  • 130. 1 That/Which that – restrictive – essential – distinguishes which – nonrestrictive – nonessential – merely adds information
  • 131. 1 That/Which The Commerce Bank that sits at Fifth and Pine does not charge its customers to use the ATM.
  • 132. 1 That/Which The Commerce Bank that sits at Fifth and Pine does not charge its customers to use the ATM. How many banks?
  • 133. 1 That/Which The Commerce Bank that sits at Fifth and Pine does not charge its customers to use the ATM. How many banks? More than one.
  • 134. 1 That/Which The Commerce Bank that sits at Fifth and Pine does not charge its customers to use the ATM. How many banks? More than one. Which one are we talking about?
  • 135. 1 That/Which The Commerce Bank that sits at Fifth and Pine does not charge its customers to use the ATM. How many banks? More than one. Which one are we talking about? The one at Fifth and Pine.
  • 136. 1 That/Which The Commerce Bank that sits at Fifth and Pine does not charge its customers to use the ATM. How many banks? More than one. Which one are we talking about? The one at Fifth and Pine. The clause restricts us to that bank.
  • 137. 1 That/Which The Commerce Bank that sits at Fifth and Pine does not charge its customers to use the ATM. How many banks? More than one. Which one are we talking about? The one at Fifth and Pine. The clause restricts us to that bank. This is essential information.
  • 138. 1 That/Which The Commerce Bank, which sits at Fifth and Pine, does not charge its customers to use the ATM.
  • 139. 1 That/Which The Commerce Bank, which sits at Fifth and Pine, does not charge its customers to use the ATM. How many banks?
  • 140. 1 That/Which The Commerce Bank, which sits at Fifth and Pine, does not charge its customers to use the ATM. How many banks? Only one.
  • 141. 1 That/Which The Commerce Bank, which sits at Fifth and Pine, does not charge its customers to use the ATM. How many banks? Only one. Where is it?
  • 142. 1 That/Which The Commerce Bank, which sits at Fifth and Pine, does not charge its customers to use the ATM. How many banks? Only one. Where is it? At Fifth and Pine.
  • 143. 1 That/Which The Commerce Bank, which sits at Fifth and Pine, does not charge its customers to use the ATM. How many banks? Only one. Where is it? At Fifth and Pine. The clause does not distinguish this Commerce Bank from other Commerce Banks;
  • 144. 1 That/Which The Commerce Bank, which sits at Fifth and Pine, does not charge its customers to use the ATM. How many banks? Only one. Where is it? At Fifth and Pine. The clause does not distinguish this Commerce Bank from other Commerce Banks; it merely adds information,
  • 145. 1 That/Which The Commerce Bank, which sits at Fifth and Pine, does not charge its customers to use the ATM. How many banks? Only one. Where is it? At Fifth and Pine. The clause does not distinguish this Commerce Bank from other Commerce Banks; it merely adds information, non-essential information.
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  • 154. It should be noted that the Appendix does not include the transcripts from the depositions.
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  • 158. The Appendix does not include the transcripts from the depositions.
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  • 161. The Appendix does not include the transcripts from the depositions.
  • 162. The Appendix does not include the transcripts.
  • 163. The relevant provisions in Section 604 state in pertinent part:
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  • 176. The purpose of this memorandum is to provide you with an overview of the legal aspects of trading in Germany. The first part of the memorandum provides . . . .
  • 177. The purpose of this memorandum is to provide you with an overview of the legal aspects of trading in Germany. The first part of the memorandum provides . . . .
  • 178. The purpose of this memorandum is to provide you with an overview of the legal aspects of trading in Germany. The first part of the memorandum provides . . . .
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  • 187. NOW, THEREFORE, it is agreed between the parties as follows:
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  • 194. At or about the same time, Paulson terminated his agreement with Vitrex.
  • 195. At or about the same time, Paulson terminated his agreement with Vitrex.
  • 196. At or about the same time, Paulson terminated his agreement with Vitrex.
  • 197. At the same time, Paulson terminated his agreement with Vitrex.
  • 198. At or about the same time, Paulson terminated his agreement with Vitrex.
  • 199. At or about the same time, Paulson terminated his agreement with Vitrex.
  • 200. About the same time, Paulson terminated his agreement with Vitrex.
  • 201. 3 Signs for Spotting Nominalizations
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  • 213. I wanted to confirm this treatment with you, so we are in agreement on the proper tax allocations.
  • 214. I wanted to confirm this treatment with you, so we are in agreement on the proper tax allocations.
  • 215. I wanted to confirm this treatment with you, so we are in agreement on the proper tax allocations.
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  • 217. I wanted to confirm this treatment with you, so we agree on the proper tax allocations.
  • 218. I wanted to confirm this treatment with you, so we agree on the proper tax allocations.
  • 219. French law regarding patents does not provide a definition of the term “inventor.”
  • 220. French law regarding patents does not provide a definition of the term “inventor.”
  • 221. French law regarding patents does not provide a definition of the term “inventor.”
  • 222. French law regarding patents does not provide a definition of the term “inventor.”
  • 223. French law regarding patents does not define the term “inventor.”
  • 224. French law regarding patents does not define the term “inventor.”
  • 225. French law regarding patents does not define the term “inventor.”
  • 226. French law regarding patents does not define the term “inventor.”
  • 227. French law does not define “inventor.”
  • 228. By applying for the permit, Arnofsky was in violation of state licensing laws.
  • 229. By applying for the permit, Arnofsky was in violation of state licensing laws.
  • 230. By applying for the permit, Arnofsky was in violation of state licensing laws.
  • 231. By applying for the permit, Arnofsky was in violation of state licensing laws.
  • 232. By applying for the permit, Arnofsky was in violation of state licensing laws.
  • 233. By applying for the permit, Arnofsky violated state licensing laws.
  • 234. By applying for the permit, Arnofsky violated state licensing laws.
  • 235. This memorandum is being provided in connection with our client, NetRight’s (the “Company”) proposed outsourcing of certain diagnostic testing and quality assurance services to Far East Enterprises (“Far East”), an independent contractor based in the state of India. Specifically, this memorandum provides a comparative analysis of the terms of the proposed agreement as provided by Far East, vis-à-vis the standard provisions under Preston’s standard form of Contractor Agreement (“Preston Form”). Accordingly, set forth below, under each referenced provision of the Preston Form, please find an assessment of the treatment of such provision under the Far East form.
  • 236. This memorandum is being provided in connection with our client, NetRight’s (the “Company”) proposed outsourcing of certain diagnostic testing and quality assurance services to Far East Enterprises (“Far East”), an independent contractor based in the state of India. Specifically, this memorandum provides a comparative analysis of the terms of the proposed agreement as provided by Far East, vis-à-vis the standard provisions under Preston’s standard form of Contractor Agreement (“Preston Form”). Accordingly, set forth below, under each referenced provision of the Preston Form, please find an assessment of the treatment of such provision under the Far East form.
  • 237. This memorandum is being provided in connection with our client, NetRight’s (the “Company”) proposed outsourcing of certain diagnostic testing and quality assurance services to Far East Enterprises (“Far East”), an independent contractor based in the state of India. Specifically, this memorandum provides a comparative analysis of the terms of the proposed agreement as provided by Far East, vis-à-vis the standard provisions under Preston’s standard form of Contractor Agreement (“Preston Form”). Accordingly, set forth below, under each referenced provision of the Preston Form, please find an assessment of the treatment of such provision under the Far East form.
  • 238. This memorandum is being provided in connection with our client, NetRight’s (the “Company”) proposed outsourcing of certain diagnostic testing and quality assurance services to Far East Enterprises (“Far East”), an independent contractor based in the state of India. Specifically, this memorandum provides a comparative analysis of the terms of the proposed agreement as provided by Far East, vis-à-vis the standard provisions under Preston’s standard form of Contractor Agreement (“Preston Form”). Accordingly, set forth below, under each referenced provision of the Preston Form, please find an assessment of the treatment of such provision under the Far East form.
  • 239. This memorandum is being provided in connection with our client, NetRight’s (the “Company”) proposed outsourcing of certain diagnostic testing and quality assurance services to Far East Enterprises (“Far East”), an independent contractor based in the state of India. Specifically, this memorandum provides a comparative analysis of the terms of the proposed agreement as provided by Far East, vis-à-vis the standard provisions under Preston’s standard form of Contractor Agreement (“Preston Form”). Accordingly, set forth below, under each referenced provision of the Preston Form, please find an assessment of the treatment of such provision under the Far East form.
  • 240. This memorandum is being provided in connection with our client, NetRight’s (the “Company”) proposed outsourcing of certain diagnostic testing and quality assurance services to Far East Enterprises (“Far East”), an independent contractor based in the state of India. Specifically, this memorandum provides a comparative analysis of the terms of the proposed agreement as provided by Far East, vis-à-vis the standard provisions under Preston’s standard form of Contractor Agreement (“Preston Form”). Accordingly, set forth below, under each referenced provision of the Preston Form, please find an assessment of the treatment of such provision under the Far East form.
  • 241. This memorandum is being provided in connection with our client, NetRight’s (the “Company”) proposed outsourcing of certain diagnostic testing and quality assurance services to Far East Enterprises (“Far East”), an independent contractor based in the state of India. Specifically, this memorandum provides a comparative analysis of the terms of the proposed agreement as provided by Far East, vis-à-vis the standard provisions under Preston’s standard form of Contractor Agreement (“Preston Form”). Accordingly, set forth below, under each referenced provision of the Preston Form, please find an assessment of the treatment of such provision under the Far East form.
  • 242. This memorandum is being provided in connection with our client, NetRight’s (the “Company”) proposed outsourcing of certain diagnostic testing and quality assurance services to Far East Enterprises (“Far East”), an independent contractor based in the state of India. Specifically, this memorandum provides a comparative analysis of the terms of the proposed agreement as provided by Far East, vis-à-vis the standard provisions under Preston’s standard form of Contractor Agreement (“Preston Form”). Accordingly, set forth below, under each referenced provision of the Preston Form, please find an assessment of the treatment of such provision under the Far East form.
  • 243. This memorandum is being provided in connection with our client, NetRight’s (the “Company”) proposed outsourcing of certain diagnostic testing and quality assurance services to Far East Enterprises (“Far East”), an independent contractor based in the state of India. Specifically, this memorandum provides a comparative analysis of the terms of the proposed agreement as provided by Far East, vis-à-vis the standard provisions under Preston’s standard form of Contractor Agreement (“Preston Form”). Accordingly, set forth below, under each referenced provision of the Preston Form, please find an assessment of the treatment of such provision under the Far East form.
  • 244. This memorandum is being provided in connection with our client, NetRight’s (the “Company”) proposed outsourcing of certain diagnostic testing and quality assurance services to Far East Enterprises (“Far East”), an independent contractor based in the state of India. Specifically, this memorandum provides a comparative analysis of the terms of the proposed agreement as provided by Far East, vis-à-vis the standard provisions under Preston’s standard form of Contractor Agreement (“Preston Form”). Accordingly, set forth below, under each referenced provision of the Preston Form, please find an assessment of the treatment of such provision under the Far East form.
  • 245. This memorandum is being provided in connection with our client, NetRight’s (the “Company”) proposed outsourcing of certain diagnostic testing and quality assurance services to Far East Enterprises (“Far East”), an independent contractor based in the state of India. Specifically, this memorandum provides a comparative analysis of the terms of the proposed agreement as provided by Far East, vis-à-vis the standard provisions under Preston’s standard form of Contractor Agreement (“Preston Form”). Accordingly, set forth below, under each referenced provision of the Preston Form, please find an assessment of the treatment of such provision under the Far East form.
  • 246. This memorandum is being provided in connection with our client, NetRight’s (the “Company”) proposed outsourcing of certain diagnostic testing and quality assurance services to Far East Enterprises (“Far East”), an independent contractor based in the state of India. Specifically, this memorandum provides a comparative analysis of the terms of the proposed agreement as provided by Far East, vis-à-vis the standard provisions under Preston’s standard form of Contractor Agreement (“Preston Form”). Accordingly, set forth below, under each referenced provision of the Preston Form, please find an assessment of the treatment of such provision under the Far East form.
  • 247. This memorandum is being provided in connection with our client, NetRight’s (the “Company”) proposed outsourcing of certain diagnostic testing and quality assurance services to Far East Enterprises (“Far East”), an independent contractor based in the state of India. Specifically, this memorandum provides a comparative analysis of the terms of the proposed agreement as provided by Far East, vis-à-vis the standard provisions under Preston’s standard form of Contractor Agreement (“Preston Form”). Accordingly, set forth below, under each referenced provision of the Preston Form, please find an assessment of the treatment of such provision under the Far East form.
  • 248. This memorandum is being provided in connection with our client, NetRight’s (the “Company”) proposed outsourcing of certain diagnostic testing and quality assurance services to Far East Enterprises (“Far East”), an independent contractor based in the state of India. Specifically, this memorandum provides a comparative analysis of the terms of the proposed agreement as provided by Far East, vis-à-vis the standard provisions under Preston’s standard form of Contractor Agreement (“Preston Form”). Accordingly, set forth below, under each referenced provision of the Preston Form, please find an assessment of the treatment of such provision under the Far East form.
  • 249. This memorandum is being provided in connection with our client, NetRight’s (the “Company”) proposed outsourcing of certain diagnostic testing and quality assurance services to Far East Enterprises (“Far East”), an independent contractor based in the state of India. Specifically, this memorandum provides a comparative analysis of the terms of the proposed agreement as provided by Far East, vis-à-vis the standard provisions under Preston’s standard form of Contractor Agreement (“Preston Form”). Accordingly, set forth below, under each referenced provision of the Preston Form, please find an assessment of the treatment of such provision under the Far East form.
  • 250. This memorandum is being provided in connection with our client, NetRight’s (the “Company”) proposed outsourcing of certain diagnostic testing and quality assurance services to Far East Enterprises (“Far East”), an independent contractor based in the state of India. Specifically, this memorandum provides a comparative analysis of the terms of the proposed agreement as provided by Far East, vis-à-vis the standard provisions under Preston’s standard form of Contractor Agreement (“Preston Form”). Accordingly, set forth below, under each referenced provision of the Preston Form, please find an assessment of the treatment of such provision under the Far East form.
  • 251. This memorandum is being provided . . . our client, NetRight’s (the “Company”) proposed outsourcing of certain diagnostic testing and quality assurance services to Far East Enterprises (“Far East”), an independent contractor based in India. Specifically, this memorandum provides a comparative analysis of the proposed agreement as provided by Far East, vis-à-vis the standard provisions under Preston’s standard Contractor Agreement (“Preston Form”). Accordingly, set forth below, under each referenced provision of the Preston Form, please find an assessment of such provision under the Far East form.
  • 252. This memorandum is being provided . . . our client, NetRight’s (the “Company”) proposed outsourcing of certain diagnostic testing and quality assurance services to Far East Enterprises (“Far East”), an independent contractor based in India. Specifically, this memorandum provides a comparative analysis of the proposed agreement as provided by Far East, vis-à-vis the standard provisions under Preston’s standard Contractor Agreement (“Preston Form”). Accordingly, set forth below, under each referenced provision of the Preston Form, please find an assessment of such provision under the Far East form.
  • 253. This memorandum is being provided . . . our client, NetRight’s (the “Company”) proposed outsourcing of certain diagnostic testing and quality assurance services to Far East Enterprises (“Far East”), an independent contractor based in India. Specifically, this memorandum provides a comparative analysis of the proposed agreement as provided by Far East, vis-à-vis the standard provisions under Preston’s standard Contractor Agreement (“Preston Form”). Accordingly, set forth below, under each referenced provision of the Preston Form, please find an assessment of such provision under the Far East form.
  • 254. This memorandum is being provided . . . our client, NetRight’s (the “Company”) proposed outsourcing of certain diagnostic testing and quality assurance services to Far East Enterprises (“Far East”), an independent contractor based in India. Specifically, this memorandum provides a comparative analysis of the proposed agreement as provided by Far East, vis-à-vis the standard provisions under Preston’s standard Contractor Agreement (“Preston Form”). Accordingly, set forth below, under each referenced provision of the Preston Form, please find an assessment of such provision under the Far East form.
  • 255. This memorandum is being provided . . . our client, NetRight’s (the “Company”) proposed outsourcing of certain diagnostic testing and quality assurance services to Far East Enterprises (“Far East”), an independent contractor based in India. Specifically, this memorandum provides a comparative analysis of the proposed agreement as provided by Far East, vis-à-vis the standard provisions under Preston’s standard Contractor Agreement (“Preston Form”). Accordingly, set forth below, under each referenced provision of the Preston Form, please find an assessment of such provision under the Far East form.
  • 256. This memorandum is being provided . . . our client, NetRight’s (the “Company”) proposed outsourcing of certain diagnostic testing and quality assurance services to Far East Enterprises (“Far East”), an independent contractor based in India. Specifically, this memorandum provides a comparative analysis of the proposed agreement as provided by Far East, vis-à-vis the standard provisions under Preston’s standard Contractor Agreement (“Preston Form”). Accordingly, set forth below, under each referenced provision of the Preston Form, please find an assessment of such provision under the Far East form.
  • 257. This memorandum is being provided . . . our client, NetRight’s (the “Company”) proposed outsourcing of certain diagnostic testing and quality assurance services to Far East Enterprises (“Far East”), an independent contractor based in India. Specifically, this memorandum provides a comparative analysis of the proposed agreement as provided by Far East, vis-à-vis the standard provisions under Preston’s standard Contractor Agreement (“Preston Form”). Accordingly, set forth below, under each referenced provision of the Preston Form, please find an assessment of such provision under the Far East form.
  • 258. This memorandum is being provided . . . our client, NetRight’s (the “Company”) proposed outsourcing of certain diagnostic testing and quality assurance services to Far East Enterprises (“Far East”), an independent contractor based in India. Specifically, this memorandum provides a comparative analysis of the proposed agreement as provided by Far East, vis-à-vis the standard provisions under Preston’s standard Contractor Agreement (“Preston Form”). Accordingly, set forth below, under each referenced provision of the Preston Form, please find an assessment of such provision under the Far East form.
  • 259. This memorandum is being provided . . . our client, NetRight’s (the “Company”) proposed outsourcing of certain diagnostic testing and quality assurance services to Far East Enterprises (“Far East”), an independent contractor based in India. Specifically, this memorandum provides a comparative analysis of the proposed agreement as provided by Far East, vis-à-vis the standard provisions under Preston’s standard Contractor Agreement (“Preston Form”). Accordingly, set forth below, under each referenced provision of the Preston Form, please find an assessment of such provision under the Far East form.
  • 260. This memorandum is being provided . . . our client, NetRight’s (the “Company”) proposed outsourcing of certain diagnostic testing and quality assurance services to Far East Enterprises (“Far East”), an independent contractor based in India. Specifically, this memorandum provides a comparative analysis of the proposed agreement as provided by Far East, vis-à-vis the standard provisions under Preston’s standard Contractor Agreement (“Preston Form”). Accordingly, set forth below, under each referenced provision of the Preston Form, please find an assessment of such provision under the Far East form.
  • 261. Our client, NetRight’s (the “Company”) proposed outsourcing of certain diagnostic testing and quality assurance services to Far East Enterprises (“Far East”), an independent contractor based in India. Specifically, this memorandum provides a comparative analysis of the proposed agreement as provided by Far East, vis-à-vis the standard provisions under Preston’s standard Contractor Agreement (“Preston Form”). Accordingly, set forth below, under each referenced provision of the Preston Form, please find an assessment of such provision under the Far East form.
  • 262. Our client, NetRight (the “Company”), proposes to outsource certain diagnostic testing and quality assurance services to Far East Enterprises (“Far East”), an independent contractor based in India. Specifically, this memorandum provides a comparative analysis of the proposed agreement as provided by Far East, vis-à-vis the standard provisions under Preston’s standard Contractor Agreement (“Preston Form”). Accordingly, set forth below, under each referenced provision of the Preston Form, please find an assessment of such provision under the Far East form.
  • 263. Our client, NetRight (the “Company”), proposes to outsource certain diagnostic testing and quality assurance services to Far East Enterprises (“Far East”), an independent contractor based in India. Specifically, this memorandum compares the proposed agreement as provided by Far East, vis-àvis the standard provisions under Preston’s standard Contractor Agreement (“Preston Form”). Accordingly, set forth below, under each referenced provision of the Preston Form, please find an assessment of such provision under the Far East form.
  • 264. Our client, NetRight (the “Company”), proposes to outsource certain diagnostic testing and quality assurance services to Far East Enterprises (“Far East”), an independent contractor based in India. Specifically, this memorandum compares the proposed agreement as provided by Far East, vis-àvis the standard provisions under Preston’s standard Contractor Agreement (“Preston Form”). Accordingly, set forth below, under each referenced provision of the Preston Form, I have assessed such provision under the Far East form.
  • 265. Our client, NetRight (the “Company”), proposes to outsource certain diagnostic testing and quality assurance services to Far East Enterprises (“Far East”), an independent contractor based in India. Specifically, this memorandum compares the proposed agreement as provided by Far East, vis-àvis the standard provisions under Preston’s standard Contractor Agreement (“Preston Form”). Accordingly, set forth below, under each referenced provision of the Preston Form, I have assessed such provision under the Far East form.
  • 266. Our client, NetRight (the “Company”), proposes to outsource certain diagnostic testing and quality assurance services to Far East Enterprises (“Far East”), an independent contractor based in India. Specifically, this memorandum compares the proposed agreement as provided by Far East, vis-àvis the standard provisions under Preston’s standard Contractor Agreement (“Preston Form”). Accordingly, set forth below, under each referenced provision of the Preston Form, I have assessed such provision under the Far East form.
  • 267. Our client, NetRight (the “Company”), proposes to outsource certain diagnostic testing and quality assurance services to Far East Enterprises (“Far East”), an independent contractor based in India. Specifically, this memorandum compares the proposed agreement as provided by Far East, vis-àvis the standard provisions under Preston’s standard Contractor Agreement (“Preston Form”). Accordingly, set forth below, under each referenced provision of the Preston Form, I have assessed such provision under the Far East form.
  • 268. Our client, NetRight (the “Company”), proposes to outsource certain diagnostic testing and quality assurance services to Far East Enterprises (“Far East”), an independent contractor based in India. Specifically, this memorandum compares the proposed agreement as provided by Far East, vis-àvis the standard provisions under Preston’s standard Contractor Agreement (“Preston Form”). Accordingly, set forth below, under each referenced provision of the Preston Form, I have assessed such provision under the Far East form.
  • 269. Our client, NetRight (the “Company”), proposes to outsource certain diagnostic testing and quality assurance services to Far East Enterprises (“Far East”), an independent contractor based in India. Specifically, this memorandum compares the proposed agreement as provided by Far East, vis-àvis the standard provisions under Preston’s standard Contractor Agreement (“Preston Form”). Accordingly, set forth below, under each referenced provision of the Preston Form, I have assessed such provision under the Far East form.
  • 270. Our client, NetRight (the “Company”), proposes to outsource certain diagnostic testing and quality assurance services to Far East Enterprises (“Far East”), an independent contractor based in India. Specifically, this memorandum compares the proposed agreement as provided by Far East, vis-àvis the standard provisions under Preston’s standard Contractor Agreement (“Preston Form”). Accordingly, set forth below, under each referenced provision of the Preston Form, I have assessed such provision under the Far East form.
  • 271. Our client, NetRight (the “Company”), proposes to outsource certain diagnostic testing and quality assurance services to Far East Enterprises (“Far East”), an independent contractor based in India. Specifically, this memorandum compares the proposed agreement as provided by Far East, vis-àvis the standard provisions under Preston’s standard Contractor Agreement (“Preston Form”). Accordingly, set forth below, under each referenced provision of the Preston Form, I have assessed such provision under the Far East form.
  • 272. Our client, NetRight (the “Company”) wants to outsource diagnostic testing and quality assurance services to Far East Enterprises (“Far East”), an independent contractor in India. This memorandum compares the proposed agreement as provided by Far East to the standard provisions under Preston’s standard Contractor Agreement (“Preston Form”). Set forth below, under each referenced provision of the Preston Form, I have assessed such provision under the Far East form.
  • 273. Our client, NetRight (the “Company”) wants to outsource diagnostic testing and quality assurance services to Far East Enterprises (“Far East”), an independent contractor in India. This memorandum compares the proposed agreement as provided by Far East to the standard provisions under Preston’s standard Contractor Agreement (“Preston Form”). Set forth below, under each referenced provision of the Preston Form, I have assessed such provision under the Far East form.
  • 274. Our client, NetRight (the “Company”) wants to outsource diagnostic testing and quality assurance services to Far East Enterprises (“Far East”), an independent contractor in India. This memorandum compares the proposed agreement as provided by Far East to the standard provisions under Preston’s standard Contractor Agreement (“Preston Form”). Set forth below, under each referenced provision of the Preston Form, I have assessed such provision under the Far East form.
  • 275. Our client, NetRight (the “Company”) wants to outsource diagnostic testing and quality assurance services to Far East Enterprises (“Far East”), an independent contractor in India. This memorandum compares the proposed agreement as provided by Far East to the standard provisions under Preston’s standard Contractor Agreement (“Preston Form”). Set forth below, under each referenced provision of the Preston Form, I have assessed such provision under the Far East form.
  • 276. Our client, NetRight (the “Company”) wants to outsource diagnostic testing and quality assurance services to Far East Enterprises (“Far East”), an independent contractor in India. This memorandum compares the proposed agreement as provided by Far East to the standard provisions under Preston’s standard Contractor Agreement (“Preston Form”). Set forth below, under each referenced provision of the Preston Form, I have assessed such provision under the Far East form.
  • 277. Our client, NetRight (the “Company”) wants to outsource diagnostic testing and quality assurance services to Far East Enterprises (“Far East”), an independent contractor in India. This memorandum compares Far East’s proposed agreement to Preston’s standard Contractor Agreement (“Preston Form”). Set forth below, under each referenced provision of the Preston Form, I have assessed such provision under the Far East form.
  • 278. Our client, NetRight (the “Company”) wants to outsource diagnostic testing and quality assurance services to Far East Enterprises (“Far East”), an independent contractor in India. This memorandum compares Far East’s proposed agreement to Preston’s standard Contractor Agreement (“Preston Form”). Set forth below, under each referenced provision of the Preston Form, I have assessed such provision under the Far East form.
  • 279. Our client, NetRight (the “Company”) wants to outsource diagnostic testing and quality assurance services to Far East Enterprises (“Far East”), an independent contractor in India. This memorandum compares Far East’s proposed agreement to Preston’s standard Contractor Agreement (“Preston Form”). Set forth below, under each referenced provision of the Preston Form, I have assessed such provision under the Far East form.
  • 280. Our client, NetRight (the “Company”) wants to outsource diagnostic testing and quality assurance services to Far East Enterprises (“Far East”), an independent contractor in India. This memorandum compares each provision of Far East’s proposed agreement to a similar provision in Preston’s standard Contractor Agreement (“Preston Form”).
  • 281. Our client, NetRight (the “Company”) wants to outsource diagnostic testing and quality assurance services to Far East Enterprises (“Far East”), an independent contractor in India. This memorandum compares each provision of Far East’s proposed agreement to a similar provision in Preston’s standard Contractor Agreement (“Preston Form”).
  • 282. Our client, NetRight (the “Company”) wants to outsource diagnostic testing and quality assurance services to Far East Enterprises (“Far East”), an independent contractor in India. This memorandum compares each provision of Far East’s proposed agreement to a similar provision in Preston’s standard Contractor Agreement (“Preston Form”).
  • 283. NetRight wants to outsource diagnostic testing and quality assurance services to Far East Enterprises, an independent contractor in India. This memorandum compares each provision of Far East’s proposed agreement to a similar provision in Preston’s standard Contractor Agreement.
  • 284. NetRight wants to outsource diagnostic testing and quality assurance services to Far East Enterprises, an independent contractor in India. This memorandum compares each provision of Far East’s proposed agreement to a similar provision in Preston’s standard Contractor Agreement.
  • 285. NetRight wants to outsource diagnostic testing and quality assurance services to Far East Enterprises, an independent contractor in India. This memorandum compares each provision of Far East’s proposed agreement to a similar provision in Preston’s standard Contractor Agreement.
  • 286. NetRight wants to outsource diagnostic testing and quality assurance services to Far East Enterprises, an independent contractor in India. In this memorandum I compare each provision of Far East’s proposed agreement to a similar provision in Preston’s standard Contractor Agreement.
  • 287. NetRight wants to outsource diagnostic testing and quality assurance services to Far East Enterprises, an independent contractor in India. In this memorandum I compare each provision of Far East’s proposed agreement to a similar provision in Preston’s standard Contractor Agreement.

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