Demystify Contractual Damages and Indemnification Provisions
Risk allocation and remedies are two of the most confusing parts of business contracts. Learn the types of legal remedies available in the event of breach and get practical insights for tailoring enforceable liquidated damages provisions. This program will also provide tips on reviewing, negotiating and drafting indemnification provisions. Learn how to shift risk with confidence - register today!
Get best practices for drafting enforceable damages provisions.
Learn how to distinguish the various types of recoverable and non-recoverable contractual damages.
Clarify how indemnification provisions work and how they interact with other parts of the agreement.
Explore specific types of indemnity clauses, limitations, and caps.
Identify negotiation levers and get drafting tips for indemnity clauses.
MARK J. OBERSTAEDT is a shareholder in the law firm of Archer & Greiner, P.C., where he is a member of the firm's commercial litigation practice group. Mr. Oberstaedt concentrates his practice on the resolution of complex business disputes, including business torts, federal and state RICO, fraud, and ERISA. He has lectured on various litigation and ERISA issues, and has written articles that appeared in various publications including the New Jersey Law Journal, Seton Hall Law Review, and others. Mr. Oberstaedt is a member of the Camden County, New Jersey State and American bar associations. He earned his B.A. degree, with honors and summa cum laude, from College Misericordia, and his J.D. degree, cum laude, from Seton Hall University, where he served as editor-in-chief of the Seton Hall Law Review.
AMY PEARL is an attorney in the law firm of Archer & Greiner, P.C. She is in the firm's business litigation and trade secret protection and non-compete pactice groups. Ms. Pearl focuses her practice on commercial and complex civil litigation, including breach of contract litigation and contract interpretation disputes. She litigates all types of breach of contract claims, including, but not limited to, commercial contract disputes, employee/employer disputes, shareholder or partnership agreements, vendor to vendor disputes, and disputes relating to the ownership of intellectual property. Ms. Pearl earned her B.A. degree, magna cum laude, from The College of New Jersey and her J.D. degree, summa cum laude, from Rutgers Law School.
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