The Complete Guide to Consulting Contracts Review

The Complete Guide to Consulting Contracts, 2nd ed
by Herman Holz
Upstart Publishing, March, 1997.
Trade paperback with diskette, 255 pages.
ISBN: 157410070X.
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The Complete Guide to Consulting Contracts by Herman Holz

Anyone who works as an independent consultant knows how important it is to enter into agreements which are binding and enforceable and which will ensure that the consultant gets paid fairly and on time. Author and consulting expert Herman Holtz with the assistance of legal experts has put together this invaluable tool for any independent consultant. Holt teaches you how to negotiate and write effective contracts without using a lawyer. Also included is a diskette with 40 model agreements and clauses, including: confidentiality and nondisclosure clauses, letter of agreement, service agreement with computer consultant, licensing agreement, assignment of copyright, agreement for two or more partners, notice of breach of contract and many more. Holtz also gives simple explanations of why consultants need contracts, descriptions of the basic types of contracts and the types of clauses that are included in various types of agreements and negotiating tips. The diskette comes with built-in software for using the forms, or they can be used with word processing programs. With easy to understand explanations and the numerous forms on diskette, The Complete Guide to Consulting Contracts is an invaluable reference guide and tool for independent consultants in any field.

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