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Drafting More Effective & Flexible Contracts

The competitive edge that all transactional attorneys need

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    Drafting effective contracts is a basic function of all transactional attorneys. The goal is to draft a contract that accurately reflects the business deal, properly allocates risk, is readily understood, and stands up to hostile, rigorous post-execution examination—while educating your clients and meeting their aggressive timeline. Learn about best practices in drafting and negotiating processes, key terms and conditions, and common pitfalls.

    Hear what clients expect from outside counsel during negotiations and in codifying deals. Learn how to make the most effective use of current technologies. Hear the faculty explain tried-and-true techniques to remove impasses and discuss the ins-and-outs—from the initial email to final executable—using practical, modern-world examples and critical analysis.

    In a competitive, increasingly digitized environment with limited resources, the lawyer who efficiently strikes an effective balance between achieving the right level of contractual protection and negotiating to reflect their clients' risk-tolerance is most likely to be repeatedly engaged. Bring your questions!

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    Frank S. Maniscalco, Esq., Advocate Mercantile LLC, Boston

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    Alisha R. Bloom, Esq., Versant Legal LLC, Arlington
    Sara Lyons, Esq., Law Offices of Sarah E. Lyons, Boston
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