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Realistically, the only clauses that are of any importance in the contract are... Price/spec (e.g. what are you doing and what are you being paid for it) Payment schedule (e.g. how and when are you getting paid) Start/finish time and deadlines (e.g. when does the contract start and when are the deliverables) Kill fee (e.g. how much they're going to pay you ...


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Contracts do not prevent exploitation. If a project relationship starts to argue over the words of the contract, that relationship is already soured and the best thing is to get out of it as fast as possible. The only thing contractually is to make sure that the contract has a simple "get out of this mess" process. The way to prevent exploitation ...


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You are asking how to be in business. According to Peter Drucker, a business needs two things, marketing and innovation. Marketing is what we do to identify who to sell to, what to sell to them, and at what price point. You are finding out that marketing is a lot of work. Exactly. That is why businesses spend so much money on marketing. In my experience, ...


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You seem to be acting out of anger rather than considering the most sensible course of action, which is to briefly report your unsatisfactory experience with this client to whichever site he found you on, and then move on with your life. While you may gain some small measure of satisfaction from damaging their reputation or trashing their software product, ...


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