PLI - Drafting & Negotiating Corporate Agreements 2019

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TypeTitleStartEndCLEPrice
Mechanicsburg
PBI Conference Center
5080 Ritter Road, Rossmoyne Exit, Rt. 15, Mechanicsburg PA, 17055
STARTWed., Jan. 16, 2019
9:00 AM
ENDWed., Jan. 16, 2019
5:00 PM
CLE 5.5 sub/1 eth PRICE $1,850.00
Philadelphia
The CLE Conference Center
Wanamaker Building, 10th Floor, Suite 1010, Philadelphia PA, 19107
STARTWed., Jan. 16, 2019
9:00 AM
ENDWed., Jan. 16, 2019
5:00 PM
CLE 5.5 sub/1 eth PRICE $1,850.00
Pittsburgh
PBI Professional Development Center
Heinz 57 Center, 339 Sixth Avenue, 7th Fl., Pittsburgh PA, 15222
STARTWed., Jan. 16, 2019
9:00 AM
ENDWed., Jan. 16, 2019
5:00 PM
CLE 5.5 sub/1 eth PRICE $1,850.00

About

Learn the basics of drafting and negotiating corporate agreements — from how the provisions of an agreement fit together, to the fundamental drafting and negotiating principles common to all corporate agreements. Our expert faculty will teach you how to reduce your client’s goals to a complete, clearly written and enforceable agreement, and how to identify what issues are most likely to come up in a negotiation of that agreement.
You will gain an understanding of why and where the tough issues usually arise during the drafting phase, as well as what you can do to effectively, and creatively, solve those issues. Plus you will obtain a litigator’s perspective on how to draft contracts with enforcement in mind, and learn about common ethical issues in drafting corporate agreements.

What You Will Learn

Key terms of standard transactional agreements and how they are organized
When and how to use letters of intent, confidentiality and standstill agreements
The wide range of M&A agreements, both public and private
Special agreements, including equity (NYC & CHI), credit/indenture (NYC), employment (SF & CHI), and licensing (SF) agreements
The importance of boilerplate to the enforcement of contracts from a litigator’s perspective
Common ethical errors in contracts

Faculty

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PBI reserves the right to substitute speakers at all programs.
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