Making Key Contract Clauses ‎Work Together

    Join us for a complimentary MCLE program presented by Locke Lord®‎

    Making Key Contract Clauses ‎Work Together

    This presentation will focus on key provisions typically found in everyday contracts, such as ‎procurement, purchase, supply, sales, and services agreements and how they interact. We will ‎look at clauses from both sides of the deal and both ends of the transaction. Price and delivery ‎may define “the deal", but a change to the “boilerplate” can impact the true value proposition.‎

    Berne C. Kluber (Partner, Houston) Mr. Kluber specializes in drafting and negotiating those day-‎to-day contracts that keep the business running. Whether buying or selling, he helps clients ‎navigate the negotiation process and overcome the induced inconsistencies that can skew the risk ‎profile and turn a good deal bad. His international experience, helps his U.S. clients avoid the ‎pitfalls common to such transactions, such as complying with local laws and with the various U.S. ‎trade laws, such as the Export Administration Regulations (“EAR”), the International Traffic in Arms ‎Regulations (“ITAR”), US economic sanctions regulations, trade embargos, Customs laws, and ‎anti-corruption laws (e.g., Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (“FCPA”) and the UK Bribery Act of 2010).‎

    Credit pending for Minimum Continuing Legal Education credit by the State Bar of Texas ‎Committee on MCLE in the amount of 1.0 credit hours.   ‎

    Who Should Attend
    Corporate counsel, contract managers, procurement specialists handling both domestic and ‎international transactions. Please feel free to forward this invitation to others at your company ‎who might be interested in attending this presentation.‎

    Please RSVP to Emily Vodek at evodek@lockelord.com or 214-740-8821.‎

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