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This fee is a Baseline Fee, which is the cost to initiate Contract Negotiation and provide a statement of work in support of a Final Fee. The Baseline Fee is non-refundable.
The Final Fee is in addition to the Baseline Fee and is based on a variety of factors:
Based on these factors, the Final Fee will range from $400 to $2,000 +.
Based on over 20 years experience with contract negotiation with some of the country’s largest corporations, GCO will be your attorney negotiating an agreement with a counterparty. We will be present for all contract discussions internally and with the 3rd party.
You will initiate the Contract Negotiation Service Package by purchasing the Service Package for the Baseline Fee. You will upload any relevant documents (including, if appropriate, the document that is the subject of negotiations), and answer a brief questionnaire relative to the negotiation. We will meet to discuss your requirements and strategy, and map out a project plan. We will return to you with statement of work confirming this plan, stating assumptions about the work we will undertake, and a Final Fee. Once the Final Fee is paid, we will begin a series of negotiating meetings and document exchanges with the counterparty, with your permission and coordination. The assumptions about the number of such negotiating sessions will be included with the Final Fee statement of work.
The Contact Negotiation Service Package may include the Document Creation and Document Review Service Packages. In other words, GCO may have to review and create documents as part of Contract Negotiation. Should we agree to create or review documents, you will need to purchase those Service Packages.
This Contract Negotiation Service Package is governed by the terms of the GCO Retainer Agreement with your firm. You were provided a copy at the time you registered. If you need another copy, please let us know. This Contract Negotiation Service Package adds the following additional terms and conditions:
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