Contract Law Masterclass for Non-Lawyers: Perth - June

This course will focus on how judges deal with issues of interpretation of contracts and how to ensure that ambiguity is avoided in documentation.

25-26 Jun 2014 at Informa Australia, Perth, Australia

Business, Management

Contract Law Masterclass for Non-Lawyers: Perth - June 25-26 Jun 2014 Informa Australia, Perth, Australia
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Learn to better manage risk, systematically audit contracts and improve dispute resolution by examining advanced elements of contract law and contractual obligations. Become competent at assessing the legal advice you receive and interpreting it correctly to generate true value for your business.

Key Learning Outcomes:

Gain new tools, knowledge and means to handle and develop legally astute and advantageous contracts. Implement strategies to ensure your contracts are plainly expressed and well risk-managed. Protect your interests if things go wrong in the future. Understand the force of your contractual obligations. Identify clauses that can be used to effectively manage risk. Recognise the optimal times to exert the power of the clauses in your contracts. Appreciate what constitutes a good contract and why. Ensure that your organisation has a high level of contractual governance. Understand the contractual implications of practical e-commerce.

About the Course:

Second in our contract law series and our CMP certification, this course is designed to address the most recent issues confronting executives in a contract process. You will examine the issues arising on formation and how to ensure parties maintain control when establishing their contractual obligations. This course will focus on how judges deal with issues of interpretation of contracts and how to ensure that ambiguity is avoided in documentation. You will also learn to interpret recent decisions of judges and the impact of these decisions on contract law and its practice. The use of well used clauses requires precise drafting to ensure the clauses achieve their desired purposes. The following will be examined: Intellectual property Exclusions Best endeavours Variations Indemnities Liquidated damages Insurance clauses Termination Jurisdiction.

When
From: June 25, 2014 09:00
To: June 26, 2014 17:00
Where

Informa Australia, St Georges Terrace, 6000, Perth, Australia

Category

Business, Management

Contact email
Info@informa.com.au

Contact phone
+61 290 804 307

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