Choate Co-Sponsors Panel on Avoiding Disruptive and Expensive Litigation

Choate Event Announcement

 | March 4, 2009

 | Brian Lenihan

Before You Leap – Ways to Structure and Enforce a Contract to Avoid Litigation

Organization:  Association of Corporate Counsel, Northeast Chapter
Location:  Waltham


Choate co-sponsored Before You Leap – Ways to Structure and Enforce a Contract to Avoid Litigation with the Association of Corporate Counsel's Northeast Chapter.  Brian Lenihan, co-chair of Choate's Private Equity Group, spoke on the panel. 

The panel was geared toward companies looking to avoid disruptive and expensive litigation in these difficult economic times.  Discussion topics included:

  • Drafting tips: What issues should you be thinking about and what provisions should be included in any contract before it is signed?
  • Managing relationships: What steps can you take during the life of your business agreements to minimize the risks of disputes?
  • Litigation alternatives: What are some effective alternatives to litigation that you can use when a dispute actually arises?

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