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Basic Principles of Transactional Writing

Recorded on: Jul. 28, 2017
Running Time: 01:19:01

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Taken from the Web Program Writing for Transactional Lawyers 2017 recorded July, 2017 in New York.

Basic Principles of Transactional Writing [01:19:01]
  • Back to law school: A review of the basic principles of contract interpretation
  • Discussion of winning transactional writing: What subject matter is typically in dispute, how to write to win, use of examples
  • Litigators are your friends: Working with your colleagues at the drafting stages to identify potential litigation issues and draft to achieve better outcomes
  • Review of specific contract provisions

Speakers: L. Kevin Sheridan, Jr., Jeffrey A. Simes

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  • Introduction
    L. Kevin Sheridan, Jr.
  • 2. Life After Closing: The Litigator’s Perspective
    Jeffrey A. Simes
  • Examples
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L. Kevin Sheridan, Jr. ~ Mayer Brown LLP
Jeffrey A Simes ~ Goodwin Procter LLP
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