ALB Virtual Managing and Drafting Liabilities, Damages, Disputes Clauses in Cross-Border Contract Oct 2023
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ALB Virtual Managing and Drafting Liabilities, Damages, Disputes Clauses in Cross-Border Contract
12 – 13 Oct 2023
3:00pm to 6:00pm (Singapore/Hong Kong/China Time) GMT +8
12:30pm to 3:30pm (India Time) GMT+5.5
11:00am to 2:00pm (UAE Time) GMT+4
Delivered Via: 2-Part Webinar
As you review international contracts in the current uncertain global environment, you will find more contract risks and loopholes to better manage. ALB presents an interactive and intense 2-part webinar that helps you manage inherent risks in cross-border contracts.
Learn how to manage the risks and contentious issues in cross-border contracts with ease, and effectively strengthen your corporate governance agenda.
- Analyse and manage legal risks intrinsic to cross-border contracts
- Legally protect your organisation should the cross-border contract become contentious
- Contract drafting tips to manage the risks
- Master 10 key steps tool for managing liabilities in an international contract
- Understand different types of damages and claims
- 10 key steps to assess breach of contract damages
- Different Dispute Resolution options – advantages and disadvantage for cross-border contracts
- Walk through sample clauses and interactive exercises
- Real-time interactive Q&A with the trainer and fellow participants
- Cross-border contract management trends post Covid-19: Creating contractual certainty in uncertain environments
Who Should Attend
Lawyers • In-house counsel • Paralegals and managers in law firms and corporations • Contract managers • Anyone who drafts, negotiates, or reviews cross-border contracts
Identifying the Areas of Claims, Contract, Non-Contractual (including Tort) and Fall Back Claims
Exclusion of Liability
- Distinction from Limitation of liability
- 4 Stages
- Common Law controls
- Statutory controls
- Pointers for drafting
4:30 pm Break
Damages - Limitation and Different Types of Damages
- Types of Loss
- Remoteness of damages
- Pointers for drafting
10 Steps to Assess Breach of Contract Damages
6:00 pm End of Day 1
Force Majeure, Frustration and Economic Hardship with reference to COVID 19 – Suspension and Termination
- Concepts in common law
- Defining events
- Typical clauses
- Key steps to take to claim
3:30pm Case Study – Force Majeure & Damages
Exit Strategies – Choice of Law, Jurisdiction. Advantages and Disadvantages of Different Forms of Dispute Resolution
- Litigation, Arbitration and Alternative Dispute Resolution
- Advice on Drafting
4:30pm The 10 Key Steps to Managing Liabilities in an International Contract
5:00pm Sample Clauses and Interactive Exercises
6:00pm End of Day 2
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|Early Bird Rate (Ends 12 Sept 2023)||USD810||USD874.80|
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