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When the Deal Goes Wrong: Enforcing Corporate Agreements and the Importance of Boilerplate

Recorded on: Jan. 9, 2017
Running Time: 00:48:26

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Taken from the Web Program Drafting and Negotiating Corporate Agreements 2017 recorded January, 2017 in New York.

When the Deal Goes Wrong: Enforcing Corporate Agreements and the Importance of Boilerplate [00:48:26]
  • Anticipating disputes and breaches
  • Litigation vs. ADR
  • Choice of law and jurisdiction
  • Enforcement in foreign jurisdictions
  • Merger clauses
  • Notice provisions

Jacqueline P. Rubin

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  • A Litigator’s Perspective on the Drafting of Commercial Contracts
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  • Drafting Corporate Agreements: A Litigator's Perspective
    Jacqueline P. Rubin
Jacqueline P Rubin ~ Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison LLP
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