Bryan Rose Authors an Article on Master Service Agreements for the Colorado ACC
Stinson LLP Partner Bryan Rose authored an article titled "Get the Goods – Replace Standard Terms & Conditions with an MSA to Mitigate Risk" in ACC Colorado's quarterly chapter newsletter.
The COVID-19 pandemic has significantly strained the world's supply chain, upending its relative stability over the last two years. In the article, Rose provides insight into how a Master Service Agreement (MSA) can be a tool for businesses in a post-Covid world.
"An MSA can provide your company with the certainty of terms, mitigate and define risks and damages, and provide flexibility where needed," Rose writes. "Need certainty on deliverables – an MSA can not only deal with standard delivery terms but also outline the notice requirements if a delivery cannot be made as planned."
Rose also highlights the problematic nature of "Terms and Conditions" when transactions go awry and how an MSA can help to address the situation, noting that a "well-drafted MSA sets the foundation for which all future transactions between parties are based."
Rose is a trial attorney who has a wealth of experience in the manufacturing, transportation and aerospace sectors. He also has extensive experience in complex litigation across a variety of industries. In addition to his work in the aviation and aerospace sector, Rose handles matters related to intellectual property, trade secrets, trademarks, contracts, product liability, injury and fraud for his clients.
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