Knowledge Center

Thursday, October 22, 2015

George J. Spathis will be one of two presenters speaking about the "Top 9 Mistakes Made in Business Contracts". The presentation will be a live video webcast done through the National Business Institute taking place on Friday, November 20, 2015 from 10:00 am-5:00 pm CST.

Program Description

Indemnification, Liquidated Damages, Limitation of Liability, Insurance and More

All attorneys know that risks are inherent in contract drafting, yet even seasoned practitioners have fallen prey to pitfalls. Don't learn your lessons the hard way! Our faculty will provide you with hard-won knowledge for detecting and thwarting the top business contract mistakes before they mar your practice record and your conscience. Fine-tune your drafting skills and pick up real-world strategies for negotiating and structuring the most precarious provisions - register today!

  • Learn valuable lessons from case law, trends and real-world examples of business contract provisions gone wrong.
  • Pick up practical strategies for negotiating with the other party and pushing past impasses.
  • Gain tips for negotiating and drafting valid indemnification and liquidated damages clauses.
  • Identify language you should never use when drafting limitation of liability and insurance provisions.
  • Examine how courts have interpreted different competition and confidentiality terms.
  • Avoid key traps and learn proven tactics for structuring reps and warranties in your client's best favor.
  • Draft effective remedy terms and dispute resolution provisions that will resolve disputes quickly and cleanly.


For more information on regarding the program and how to register, please click here.

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