ICLE | Negotiating and Drafting International Contracts
Negotiating and Drafting International Contracts
On-Demand Seminar (Posted 06/22/16) | CLE: 0.75 | Level: Basic/Intermediate
Cosponsored by the Business Law Section of the State Bar of Michigan

In this increasingly global economy, every lawyer should know how to advise clients on manufacturing, sales agent, and sales distribution agreements that have an international component. Each country may mean a different contracting regime, a different language, and a different set of customs. Navigate the business, legal, and cultural issues at play when you work with clients on international contracting opportunities.

Watch and Learn to:

  • Adapt to international business negotiating protocol
  • Identify situations that require outside foreign counsel
  • Adjust your negotiating approach to the country's contracting regime
  • Balance client goals with potential business and cultural challenges
  • Add contract provisions to avoid conflicts of law issues
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