A Webcast from Thomson Reuters and Inc.
Tuesday, August 17, 2021
2 pm EDT / 11 AM PDT
In a contract, a simple term or phrase can change the meaning and terms of the entire agreement. And if you’re not sure what you’re looking at, you could very well miss some important provisions that could put your business in jeopardy.
Join Thomson Reuters and Fast Company for a crash course in potential business contract pitfalls. While there is no “magic phrasing” for contracts, this webcast will take a look at common—and, often, problematic—contract clauses for small businesses. Looking at everything from force majeure provisions to indemnification and confidentiality clauses, a Thomson Reuters’ expert will share what to look out for and provide suggestions on how to best address these thorny contractual issues, such as:
- How COVID-19 has changed how contracts are drafted—and how they must be reviewed
- Tips for drafting small business’s force majeure clauses in a post-COVID-19 world
- Other significant clauses in commercial contracts, such as indemnification and limitation of liability clauses, and common pitfalls in these clauses
- Key words or phrases in contract clauses that are sometimes misunderstood or misused that can get companies in trouble
In less than an hour, you’ll gain valuable insights that can help you better understand the potential liability contracts can create—and ideas for mitigating that risk.
Don’t miss this important event. Register today!