Contract standardization has a history that is almost as long as contracts themselves. Due to the complexity of contracts as well as to the legal aspects of contracts, businesses and individuals have long used standardization practices in conjunction with all phases of the contract practice, from what contracts say to how they are presented and approved.
Contracts have a well-known reputation for being dense, technical, and even completely incomprehensible–and historically, people expect contracts to be baffling fine print that can only be interpreted by attorneys.
The third season of HBO's Silicon Valley is now complete and Pied Piper has just released its product to market. Several hurdles have been overcome in the journey to this level of fruition including one of the key executives of the company being trapped in a self-driving car and large amounts of code being accidentally deleted. Legal complications have also played a large role in the plot lines, including many issues related to contractual agreements. These include:
Analyzing the commercial contracts of the 2016 Olympics: Who are the winners?
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