Meeting Negotiation: When to Step Away from the Legalese

Meeting Negotiation: When to Step Away from the Legalese

When Lisa Devlin, Esq., Devlin Law Firm, PC, Phoenix, and Barbara Dunn, Esq., Barnes & Thornburg LLP, in Chicago, present case studies from actual meeting contract disputes in education sessions, they sometimes conclude that the parties could have saved time, money, aggravation, drama (the list goes on), by having more pre-contract conversations, digging deeper into what a particular clause is meant to prevent or achieve, and considering non-legal ways to reach their risk management goals

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