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Contract drafting is a vital function at law firms and companies. In this seminar, Ken Adams will show you how to draft contracts that clearly express the intent of the parties. The focus is not on what you say in a contract, but how you say it.

Gain practical guidance from real-life examples drawn from actual contracts in this interactive, hands-on workshop. Mr. Adams demonstrates the flaws in standard usages and recommends clearer, more concise alternatives. Rather than simply lecturing, he encourages participation through questions, discussion, and drafting exercises.

"It is one of a kind! Excellent content and materials. Ken Adams is clearly THE expert when it comes to contract drafting. This is practical knowledge that I can use every day!"

What You Will Learn

  • How to improve you and your team's contract drafting skills through interactive learning
  • How to save you and your company time in drafting and negotiating
  • How to reduce the risk of potential disputes/lawsuits
  • How to express contract terms free of redundancies, ambiguities and other problems that afflict traditional contract language
  • Earn 5.5 CLE credits

Who Should Attend

  • Law firm attorneys
  • Inside counsel
  • Paralegals/managers in law firms and corporations
  • Contract managers
  • Anyone who drafts, negotiates, or reviews contracts
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