11 Rules of Thumb for Negotiating Convention Center Contracts

11 Rules of Thumb for Negotiating Convention Center Contracts

1. Cap your liability to the amount of insurance that you are required to carry. Insurance requirements are usually non-negotiable, but you can at least limit your exposure to the amount of insurance you have to carry.

2. Regarding indemnification, it would be extremely rare for a center not to insist on a clause that protects the facility, but planners can ask for limitations, especially in the case of gross negligence by the facility.

3. Let your in-house counsel fo

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