On Monday, June 27, 2016, Tom Patterson will be speaking at a National Business Institute (NBI) seminar entitled “Preventing Business Contract Disputes.” Tom’s segment of the all-day seminar will be on the topic of “Distinctly Outlining Fiduciary Duties: Duty of Good Faith and Fair Dealing.” The seminar takes place at the University Center, 525 South State Street, Chicago, IL, and is available for 6 hours of CLE credit for the full event. The outline for the program is detailed here:
Confidently Draft Contracts that Hold Up in Court
Reviewing and drafting contracts can be one of the most important and tedious aspects of a business attorney’s practice. Are you confident in your ability to draft legally sound contracts in your client’s favor? Do you know what the most common contract disputes are? In this seminar, experienced litigators will review these disputes and will explore how they could have been prevented through skilled drafting. Don’t miss this opportunity to advance your skills. Register today!
- Explore the most common types of business contract disputes and learn how they could have been prevented.
- Understand the importance of specific timeframes for performance.
- Discover tips for how to draft indemnification provisions.
- Learn how to deal with clients that want a quick contract.
- Take a look at the hostile venue and jurisdictional clause and ensure that it is being drafted correctly.
- Look at the pros and cons of boilerplate contracts and know when or when not to use one.
Learn more or sign up for the seminar here.