Planning For The End Of Your ContractsThere's an old saying among trial lawyers: Write a closing argument first, and then use it as a guide to present your case to the jury. In short, if know where you're going before you start, you'll eventually end up where you want to be. I think that lawyers who draft high-tech contracts should tattoo that saying across their foreheads so that when they look in the mirror each morning, they will be reminded of this central tenet.
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