DUBLIN, June 8, 2016 /PRNewswire/ --
Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "International Business Agreements (London, UK - October 5-7, 2016)" conference to their offering.
With the increasing number of cross-border transactions, understanding how to negotiate and draft the terms of international business agreements plays a vital role in achieving successful cross-border deals. This three-day highly practical training programme has been developed for in-house lawyers, private practice lawyers, commercial managers and others responsible for the negotiation and drafting of international business agreements.
This programme includes best practice tools, tips and techniques on all key elements that are essential when drafting and negotiating clear and concise contracts. These include: pre-contract issues; force majeure; contract clauses with financial implications; managing risk; and international law considerations.
Integrated drafting workshops
A special feature of this seminar is the integrated workshop sessions where delegates will have the opportunity to work through hands-on' contract drafting exercises. Following a general introduction to the topic, delegates will be divided into small working groups to apply in practice and context' tips and techniques learnt during the course of the programme under the guidance of the expert trainer.
This course qualifies for the following CPD programmes:
- Solicitors Regulation Authority: 17.00 hours
- General Council of the Bar: 17.00 hours
For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/g2t2p7/international
Research and Markets
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