Don’t Get Burned Out before Considering Boilerplate Provisions - IN PERSON
Additional Information:
This workshop will review the reasons why we should consider boilerplate provisions important, how they can shape (or misshape) the deal, and what they can mean – good, bad, or indifferent - for your client.

Do your eyes glaze over when you get to that last section of the agreement - the so-called "boilerplate provisions" or "miscellaneous sections?" When was the last time you actually and carefully reviewed, let alone negotiated, one of these provisions?

Join us for lunch as we briefly explore these step-children to the negotiated agreement:

  • parties to the agreement (assignments and delegations, successors and assigns, and third party beneficiaries),
  • possible dispute issues (choice of laws, forum selection, service of process, waiver of jury trial, arbitration, remedies, termination of agreement, limitation of damages, and disclaimer of warranties),
  • additional agreement terms (force majeure event, costs and expenses),
  • communications issues (confidentiality, public announcements, notices),
  • and possible change to the written agreement (amendments, waivers and consents, severability, and entire agreement).

    If you prefer to attend the live webcast you must register on line. You may register by clicking here.

    June E. Daniel, Esq.
Event Date: 12/18/2019
Event Time: 12:30 PM - 2:30 PM
Rhode Island Law Center, 41 Sharpe Drive, Cranston

Event Cost:
  Member $155.00
  New Lawyer Division $140.00

Credit Hours:
  Ethics 0.5 hrs
  General 1.5 hrs