MAY JLC 1997
Many of you have learned your
business lessons the hard way.
If your contract let you down,
you swore it would never again happen.
So you hired an attorney well versed in
contract law to polish up your standard
contract — and it's a humdinger, with no
stone left unturned. But do you think
that alone will cover your backside? I
know it won't.
A good contract is important, but you
also need to establish effective job controls.
Job controls come in all flavors, from those
between you and the client to the kind
that monitor movement of materials from
supplier to warehouse to job site and vice
versa. When properly and consistently