By Cathy Austin, Shakara Barnes, Evan Foster, Steven Jackman, Bari Williams
A panel of experts will discuss the contract clauses that most often cause disputes, even if the disputes are not over large dollar amounts. These disputes can occur for a variety of reasons, such as ambiguity in the contract language, or a requirement for the business to make exceptions to how it normally operates. The panel will provide a list of clauses that often create contract disputes or misunderstandings, and offer guidance on how to use the negotiation stage to avoid future disputes. The panel will also discuss strategies for working with internal clients to make sure the contract's requirements are realistic and complied with by all parties.
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