Advanced Business Contracts - Business Contract Law Seminar
Real-World Strategies and Solutions from Both Sides of the Table
When a boilerplate provision is not an option when drafting a clause, the amount of risk, liability and potential error soars to an all-time high. Veteran attorneys who work with complex agreements daily and know the extreme dangers and problems that complex provisions bring, will equip you with proven skills you can start using right away to ensure your clients are fully protected. You'll also learn practical remedies for how to effectively resolve complex business contract disputes. Dig deep into the in's and out's of these thorny clauses and gain years of experience in just one day - register now!
Get real-world drafting examples and checklists you can use right away.
Create rock-solid, enforceable provisions to avoid liability, damages and potential disputes.
Review different types of clauses and how they should be utilized in various agreements.
Dig deep into the entanglement of indemnification, insurance and limitation of liability.
Identify detrimental mistakes attorneys commonly make in hold harmless clauses and agreements.
Strategically apply state and common laws to indemnification and use them to your client's advantage.
Learn how to extinguish culpability with advanced negotiation methods.
Review real-world examples of provisions gone wrong.
Learn advanced techniques for proving liability and shifting risk.
Preliminary Business Contract Considerations, Complexities and Conundrums: Beyond the Basics 9:00 - 10:00, Michael A. Carr and Branden Fulciniti
E-Contracting and E-Signatures - Your Most Pressing Questions Answered
E-mail and Other Informal Transmittal of Deal Term Pitfalls
Nuances, Current Trends and Challenges in Business Contracts
Avoiding and Handling Letter of Intent Landmines
Pre-Contract Negotiations - Tips from the Experts
Choice of Forum and Law
Multi-Party Negotiation Considerations
Handling Term Changes/Terms That Aren't Clear
Conditional Language and its Place
How to Describe the Business Obligations Being Contemplated