CLE Seminars

Drafting Liquidated Damages Clauses
Thursday, January 14, 2021/10:00 AM
Audio Webcast

Liquidated damages clauses are a risk allocation tool used across business, commercial, real estate and sometimes employment agreements.  On the occurrence of certain carefully defined triggering events, the breaching party is liable for the liquidated damages amount.  Triggering events run the gamut from failure to deliver marketable products on a timely basis to early termination of an employment contract. Though these clauses are intended reduce the risk of post-closing litigation over damages, the scope of damages is not always knowable at closing and poorly drafted clauses may cause more litigation. This program will provide you a real world guide to the essential elements of enforceable liquidated damages clauses.

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Risky Tenants: Drafting Issues for Landlords
Friday, January 15, 2021/10:00 AM
Audio Webcast

Landlords (and their lenders) want nothing more than certainty in the stream of rental payments from tenants. When risks are involved – because of the profile of the tenant or the nature of its operations – landlords seek to offset the risk through higher rents and protective provisions in leases. Those provisions may include restrictions on usage, insurance requirements, more thoroughgoing inspections or other restrictions.  This program will provide you with a guide to drafting and negotiating leases when a landlord has a risky tenant, with an emphasis on offsetting or compensation for that additional risk.

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ABA Business Law Section Virtual Spring Meeting
April 19, 2021—April 23, 2021
Virtual Conference

Join 4,500 business law professionals from around the world for five days of learning, connecting, and collaborating. The event will be completely free for ABA Business Law Section members (that’s a $550 value)!

Attendees will find an incredible array of coverage at the meeting, from introductory-level programming to in-depth analysis of complex issues. The meeting is designed for every member—young lawyers, in-house counsel, solo practitioners, judges, professors, private practitioners, international attorneys, law students, and all other business law professionals.

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