5 March 2014Print This Post

How to draft & interpret exclusion clauses – in one hour

All commercial lawyers need to identify the commercial concerns of the client. Exclusion and limitation clauses are used to deal with those losses that are most significant to any business. These clauses are probably the hardest negotiated and the most fought over in any litigation; because they allocate risk. These clauses, above all others are those that require clear and unambiguous wording.

MBL’s one-hour webinar will give you practical guidance on drafting and interpretation of exclusion/limitation clauses for use in commercial contracts.

It is aimed at every lawyer that drafts or interprets commercial contracts and will outline some of the recent case law on incorporation, interpretation and statutory control through UCTA “unreasonableness”. Exclusion and limitation clauses are fundamental to commercial contracting because they deal with the allocation of risk. While the recent decisions inevitably turn on the specific facts of each case there are, nevertheless, several key lessons that can be identified and applied when using these clauses.

 

For more information on webinar content and costs please email lucy@mblseminars.com quoting Litigation Futures. Alternatively give us a ring on 0161 793 0984.

 



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