15 May 2014Print This Post

The ‘midnight clause’: Traps and pitfalls to avoid in drafting dispute resolution clauses

In any commercial agreement the dispute resolution clause is vitally important, despite being sometimes known as the ‘midnight clause’ because it is drafted last. It will determine whether the parties should go to mediation or arbitration, as well as dealing with jurisdiction and applicable law.

If the clause is not drafted properly, the contract may be unenforceable or have wholly unexpected consequences.

This brand new one hour webinar clarifies the numerous pitfalls and explains the latest case law. Click the link for a detailed outline of the points it will cover.

For more information on this webinar including costs, please email lucy@mblseminars.com quoting Litigation Futures. All webinars are available for 90 days once booked or alternatively can be provided on DVD.

 



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