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Online Seminar (Audio & Video)
Online Seminar (Audio & Video)
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Litigators Speak to Business Lawyers: Drafting ADR Provisions in Deal Agreements
1 Total CLE credits (No Ethics)
Price: $59.00 (provides online access for 3 months after purchase).
Course №:OL 2137
Course Level: Intermediate
Duration: 1 Hour
Original Program Date: Wednesday, November 9, 2011
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What do business lawyers do about an ADR provision at the eleventh hour of contract drafting, just as the final agreement is being put to bed? They call a litigator with the cry, "You're an ADR practitioner. Help!" Life would be so much easier if business lawyers consulted litigators earlier. Why? Hear three litigators on the issues that confront contract drafters, what mistakes drafters can avoid by early consideration of an appropriate ADR provision, and what some sample clauses might look like, given adequate time to draft them.

This course was recorded in November 2011 at PBI's 17th Annual Business Lawyers' Institute. Other sessions from this popular two-day program are available at PBI's Online Campus.
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1 Total CLE credits (No Ethics)

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Charles F. Forer, Esq., Eckert Seamans Cherin & Mellott LLC, Philadelphia
Dana B. Klinges, Esq., Duane Morris LLP, Philadelphia
Lee Alan Rosengard, Esq., Stradley, Ronan, Stevens & Young, L.L.P., Philadelphia

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icon_acrobatNotice about getting CLE credit changed October 2005  (1 Page, 21 KB)
icon_acrobatCourse Outline (Slides in Note-Taking Format) (8 Pages, 135 KB)
icon_acrobatWritten Materials (159 Pages, 3 MB)
icon_acrobatImportant Notice Affecting Many of PBIs Online Ethics Courses (Revised November 2013)  (5 Pages, 29 KB)

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