Contracts should not live in the ‘bottom drawer’ PART 1
17 September 2020
Live Online Webinar
Contracts should not live in the ‘bottom drawer’. They should:
• be fit for purpose;
• drafted in plain unambiguous language; and
• provide – to the extent that time permits – a plan to address for all likely issues that will arise.
A much better contract results from a collaborative effort between the lawyers and those instructing them.
In this two-part presentation Mark and Ashley will (i) survey issues that commonly arise when contracts are being drafted and (ii) look at the contractual issues when things go wrong. The presentation will be presented on-line which will limit audience interaction but audience participation is very much encouraged - either through questions posed during the presentation or, better still, before the presentation starts. The presentation will be very practical with observations and tips drawn from case studies and Mark and Ashley’s own experiences.
All you wanted to know about contracts but were afraid to ask!
Session 1: Getting to a signed contract
Mark is a corporate, commercial and IP lawyer. Before founding Aperion Law five years ago, Mark had been a partner of two leading Sydney law firms.
He has over 35 years’ experience representing companies engaged in a wide variety of business enterprises all which have needed contracts, often for novel activities. Mark has worked on both managed service agreements and large scale hardware supply/software development contracts.
Ashley is a corporate and commercial lawyer, holding degrees from UNSW and a Master in Law and Finance from Oxford.
He has experience in providing legal advice to local and international clients on mergers and acquisitions, contract drafting and negotiation, litigation and dispute resolution.
|Event Date||17-09-2020 5:30 pm|
|Event End Date||17-09-2020 7:30 pm|
|Registration Start Date||02-09-2020|
|Cut Off Date||17-09-2020 5:00 pm|