Contracting under the UCC, CISG, UNIDROIT, and Other Laws or Rules
Topic: Contract Law, Policies, & Rules of Engagement
Original Air Date: Tuesday, January 13, 2009
Program Code: 14286
This session provides a practical introduction to global contracting, focusing particularly upon risk identification and avoidance. Attendees will gain an understanding of the laws and provisions governing international agreements, and how international contractual relationships might differ from domestic counterparts. This session will provide a solid grasp of the concepts, theories, and practical considerations necessary for drafting, interpreting, and negotiating on both a domestic and international level.
- Which laws apply to international contracts.
- The practical differences in drafting domestic and international contracts.
- How international disputes are resolved
Allen L. Anderson, Shareholder, Fees & Burgess
Jeffrey L. Roth, Shareholder, Fees & Burgess
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