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In contrast to autonomism and its focus on the ills of boilerplate
as a process for contracting, a second approach to regulation-by-boilerplate
asks how it affects the outcome of contracting.
Evaluates the boilerplate
provision with valuable "Drafting Notes" that address specific phrases, negotiating postures, shifting of risks between the parties, control by a party, and alternatives; and
The most frequent sour experiences with boilerplate
deliverables--such as plans and standard operating procedures (SOPs)-- that make a bad impression on the client, typically will occur in the hurry-up, speed-up stages of the transition/phase-in period.
text files can be used to populate wiring system specifications without starting from scratch or retyping.
Given that the boilerplate
provided a role for the reader, what decisions did one writer make about audience when writing a feasibility study?
Four ready-print, boilerplate
companies developed serving 5,000 papers; then it came down to one monopoly, Chicago's Western Newspaper Union.
refers to the standardized, one size fits all provisions that generally appear at the end of a contract, including choice of law, notice, arbitration, force majeure and assignments.
This is the second installment of three articles (Part 1) that explore the manner in which boilerplate
provisions may be handled differently by courts depending on whether the underlying contract is governed by California, Delaware, Illinois or New York law.
The enforceability of boilerplate
is very much the legal locus where the philosophical debate over the regulation of markets hits the road.
On the monetary side, Greenspan handled the markets' expectations with finesse, via cover-the-waterfront boilerplate
that conveyed where the Fed was headed and why but still preserved a little wiggle room, so that nothing the Fed did could ever truly be termed a surprise.
It's art-historical boilerplate
to slot Ernst as a "painter of dreams," but we all know how boring other people's dreams are (nightmares a bit less so).