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Corporate Transactions - Drafting to Minimize Litigation Risks. Part One

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Corporate Transactions - Drafting to Minimize Litigation Risks. Part One
Credits (Ontario)
Substantive: 0.75
Presenter(s)
Brendan Wong
Source
Toronto Lawyers Association (TLA)
Provider
CPDOnline.ca
Language
English
Length
40 minutes
$79.00 plus tax
Corporate/Commercial Nutshell
Includes handouts

This program will address key areas in corporate documents which give rise to litigation risks, and tips on how to draft to minimize these risks. The presentation will be based on errors frequently encountered by commercial litigators retained in disputes arising from corporate transactions. Topics of discussion will include: representations, warranties and disclaimers, liquidated damages clauses, protections against fraud, “entire agreement” clauses, choice of law and forum selection clauses, valuation clauses, shareholder termination clauses, dispute resolution clauses, non-solicitation clauses and non-competition clauses and key-man and performance clauses.

Presented by commercial litigators frequently consulted in the preparation of corporate documents, this video will appeal to both corporate and litigation lawyers.

Presenter(s)

Brendan Wong

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