One of the most frequent problems we business lawyers at McGrath & Spielberger encounter is when changes were made to a section of a legal agreement but the parties (or even their lawyers) failed to realize that said change should have resulted in other content being adjusted.
We sometimes call this a failure to harmonize the contractual changes, and further below are a few clear-cut, real world examples.
If you’re not an expert, or close to it, you’re not going to know enough to avoid these sorts of mistakes. We all have “swiss-cheese” knowledge (holes in our understanding), especially in fields which are not our own.
Just hire a sufficiently qualified professional to protect you by detecting and/or avoiding these sorts of mistakes in your business agreements.