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Alabama Business Contract Negotiating:
Essential Attorney Considerations - On-Demand
Webinar is now available on-demand. NOTE: On-Demand webinars are not eligible for CLE credit.
Successful contract negotiation requires a thorough understanding of client goals, the ability to communicate with your client, excellent drafting skills, and knowing all the possible outcomes, both positive and negative. It also demands careful preparation.
If your law practice involves business contracts, you won't want to miss "Alabama Business Contract Negotiating: Essential Attorney Considerations," the one-hour on-demand webinar on what works, what's not working, the latest UCC developments, and much more. Your presenter, an experienced Alabama business law attorney, will provide tips to make the process go more smoothly, such as taking the lead in negotiations, making sure the client’s objectives are handled, avoiding vague or ambiguous or flowery language, drafting complete choice of law provisions, taking precautions when communicating by email, and knowing when to use electronic signatures.
- State, federal and UCC contract law update
- Choice of forum and law
- Time of performance
- Fundamental principles of business contracts
- E-contracting and e-signatures
- Pre-contract negotiation strategies
- Multi-party negotiation considerations
- Ensuring ALL parties are identified
- Top 5 tips to avoid mistakes in business contracts
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About Your Presenter:
Tamika R. Miller
Miller Smith, LLC
Tamika R. Miller is a partner with Miller Smith, LLC, where she focuses her practice in the areas of business counseling; civil litigation handling personal injury cases; and criminal defense.
Ms. Miller has trial experience in both federal and state courts in Alabama and is admitted to the United States District Court, Middle District of Alabama and the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals. Prior to entering the private practice arena, Ms. Miller clerked with Judge Charles Price (Ret.).