Contract Drafting: What Litigators Wish You Would Include

American Bar Association Annual Meeting

08/04/2012

Securities Litigation

Hyatt Regency
151 E Wacker Dr
Chicago, IL 60601

Philip T. Besirof

Philip T. Besirof

Speaking Engagement

Even a contract that clearly captures the business terms of a transaction at the time of execution can become the subject of litigation. In that case, when you bring the contract to your litigation colleagues, are there particular “standard” provisions that they’re hoping to see (or not) that are frequently overlooked in the drafting process? This program presents a panel who will share their perspectives on contract provisions that can be relatively straightforward and non-controversial in the drafting process, but that can make a significant difference to your client if the contract goes to litigation.

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