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Is it Time to Renegotiate Your Joint Use Contracts?

One of the keys to running a business well is having visible oversight—the high-level, future-focused information that allows for continued success. In joint use, that means reviewing your contracts to ensure they are updated, correct and working...

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Ashley Little
. 08.30.2016

Topics: Infrastructure Asset Management, Contract Management & Negotiations

"Return to Sender" and Other Surprising Joint Use Contract Woes

In the world of joint use, connection and collaboration between pole owners, conduit owners and attaching companies is key. It is inherent in the term: if cooperation was not necessary, it would be called "solitary use." The thing is, it is...

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Ashley Little
. 08.23.2016

Topics: Asset Data Management, Contract Management & Negotiations

Mind the Gaps—Outdated Joint Use Contracts Can Cost You

Quick: How long has it been since you thoroughly reviewed your joint use contracts? I'm talking about the joint use agreements you have (for good or ill) with all the owners and attachers for the field assets you own. Last week, right? Good for...

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Ashley Little
. 08.16.2016

Topics: Trending Industry Issues, Contract Management & Negotiations

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