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The term “outsourcing” sometimes carries a negative connotation, as it invokes images of American jobs being shipped overseas. However, outsourcing is just another form of subcontracting, a practice widely accepted by most companies. Like subcontracting, outsourcing involves the delegation of certain jobs to others who can perform the jobs more efficiently. However, outsourcing goes further than subcontracting, because outsourcing often involves the delegation of a company’s core business functions. In fact, the term “outsourcing” is generally defined as a contract to perform core functions or ...
General commentry on recent law, fundamentals of law, and developments of law, including case commentries, legislation interpretation, recent developments, and more. Draft from Scratch Contracts and Agreements have to be drafted from the scratch. Although some precedents can be very helpful, it is a necessity to start drafting from the scratch. Drafting from the scratch makes sure no unnecessary terms or sentences are included in the contract or agreement. Inclusion of unnecessary terms or sentences invites ambiguity and removes clarity. Unambiguity and clarity are some of the most ... Read More
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