No one comes close to Ken Adams as an authority on the building blocks of contract language.
- His book A Manual of Style for Contract Drafting, now in its fifth edition, is “a classic,” is “extraordinary,” and has sold tens of thousands of copies.
- His work has been widely cited by courts, notably the Delaware Court of Chancery.
- He’s done hundreds of Drafting Clearer Contracts presentations to companies, law firms, government agencies, and the public around the world.
- He has written 2,600+ blog posts and dozens of articles.
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I saw Bob Ambrogi's post on LawSites (here) about the Belgian document-automation company ClauseBase. Here's the opening paragraph: