Advanced Contract Law for Non-Lawyers Masterclass will highlight on how judges deal with issues of interpretation of contracts and how and what you must do to ensure that ambiguity is avoided in documentation. An advanced version of Contract Law for Non-Lawyers, this masterclass addresses the most recent and more complex contract law issues faced by executives by Examining advanced elements of contract law and contractual obligations to manage risk, systematically audit contracts and improve dispute resolution methods. You will also be taken through case studies on interpretations of recent decisions of judges and the impact of these decisions on contract law and its practice.
- Examine the issues in contracts – from conception to completion
- Strengthen your knowledge of complex contractual terms including indemnities, warranties
and exclusion clauses
- Refresh your knowledge of the law surrounding breach, termination and liquidated damages, enabling you to draft tighter provisions and ensure greater protection for your stakeholders
- Review the latest developments in e-contract law
- Review useful boilerplate clauses and create new precedents
- Deal with disputes, damages, and termination in the event of a breach or disagreement.
Who should attend?
This course is relevant to anyone who has some dealings with contracts in their everyday business environment. Delegates are expected to have some knowledge of contract law. Otherwise it is advisable to attend Contract Law for Non Lawyers prior to Advanced Contract Law for Non Lawyers
- In-house legal counsel
- Contract managers/officers
- Legal advisors and consultants
- Legal specialists
- Legal counselors – commercial contracts
- Operational legal support
- Chief executive officers
- Managing directors
- Business development managers
- Project financiers
- Finance directors and financial controllers
- Marketing and sales directors and managers