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Drafting and Negotiating Business Contracts

Working through the anatomy of contracts and communicating the significance of each clause helps your business clients effectively secure their interests and plan for developments throughout the lifespan of their contractual business relationships.
Credits: 0 General, 0 Diversity/Inclusion PR, 0 MH/SA PR, 0.75 Other PR
SKU: P2411-24R
$45.00 or 0.75 credits
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Drafting business contracts on behalf of clients requires careful legal analysis and effective communication to ensure contracts are meeting client expectations. Danya Shakfeh of Motiva Business Law begins by differentiating the bodies of law that must be considered and then digs deeper into how the wording of clauses impacts risk allocation, considerations, covenants, and more. Ms. Shakfeh provides strategies for preparing clients for negotiating with businesses that have more leverage and for the problem-solving techniques that may rescue a deal.

Expires 5/1/2026

Drafting business contracts on behalf of clients requires careful legal analysis and effective communication to ensure contracts are meeting client expectations. Danya Shakfeh of Motiva Business Law begins by differentiating the bodies of law that must be considered and then digs deeper into how the wording of clauses impacts risk allocation, considerations, covenants, and more. Ms. Shakfeh provides strategies for preparing clients for negotiating with businesses that have more leverage and for the problem-solving techniques that may rescue a deal.

Expires 5/1/2026

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