Top 10 Must Haves for Your MSA

Master Service Agreements (“MSAs”) are critical commercial contracts for any company that deals with various vendors on its projects.  An MSA is precisely as it sounds: a master agreement that governs the relationship between company and contractor, and it is supplemented from time to time with work orders specific to the services that the company wants the contractor to perform.

An MSA is a complicated legal instrument, and it is your best chance to build in the protections, processes, and expectations that will define your relationship with your vendors. Below is a non-exclusive list of the top 10 provisions that you should have in your MSA, including representations and warranties, and indemnities:

Of course, each situation and each type of service provider will present new wrinkles that should be addressed. The experienced lawyers at RR&A can assist you in reviewing, drafting, and negotiating MSAs that are the right fit for your business.

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