Mastering the Dispute Resolution Clause: CPD
One effective strategy to manage contractual relationship breakdowns
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Dispute resolution clauses are meant to be used when a contractual relationship breaks down and to assist the parties in the management of differences that may emerge.
Being able to draft, interpret and, if necessary, challenge the validity of these clauses is a vital part of the modern lawyer’s obligations.
This resource will acquaint you with the vital elements you will need to keep in mind when considering or attempting these various tasks.
The content includes:
- Conditions precedent to maintaining a viable dispute clause
- Severability, compliance and remedies
- The power to order mediation
- How to draft a dispute resolution clause
The presentation consists of the talk; downloadable questions and answers and transcript; links to further reading. Time to complete: 1 hour. The presentation may be started and stopped to suit your convenience. It will pick up where you left off.
This may be recognised as contributing to CPD requirements in accordance with relevant jurisdiction requirements . Enjoy the convenience of just-in-time online learning.