Tips & traps in drafting effective contracts
|Venue:||Law Society Northern Territory, Level 3, 9 Cavenagh Street, Darwin|
|Cost:||$198.00 inc. GST|
|Level:||Suitable for all legal practioners|
Contracts are a risky business but there are ways to minimise risk, maximise benefits and achieve your outcomes. This is through a process of understanding and identifying risks, deciding on a way to treat a particular risk, considering appropriate risk allocation and then managing risk during the contract delivery. This presentation will take you through these steps and discuss ways and clauses that have a direct impact on commercial risk and liability in contracts.
This session will include practical drafting activities that will promote the development of your core skills in drafting effective commercial agreements.
Presenter: Scott Alden, Holding Redlich
Scott Alden is a partner in the Projects team of Holding Redlich specialising in Government projects, including Government procurement and contracts with a particular focus on the legal aspects of procurement and negotiating high value strategic contracts on behalf of his clients. Scott’s key areas of practice are Government, Water, Social Housing, Transport, Ports and Defence.
Earn 2 CPD points in Practice management and business skills (CB) or Professional skills in legal practice (CC)