This webinar is part of the Ken Adams on Drafting Clearer Contracts: Webinar Series.
Awkward verb use makes contracts harder to read and can result in confusion. Confusion often leads to disputes. Learn how to eliminate this confusion by understanding categories of contract language.
The body of the contract contains the provisions that the parties are agreeing to, and each clause or sentence can serve a number of purposes. Each purpose requires its own category of language, and each category raises its own issues of usage.
This session will demonstrate how any given contract provision falls within one of several categories of contract language, each with its own recommended verb use. Mastering the categories is essential to control your drafting. Specific topics include:
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What past attendees have to say about this program…
“Fantastic presentation. Ken had amazing energy and was as entertaining as he was informative”
Cassels Brock & Blackwell LLP
“Very good practical course & good reminder of drafting points.”
“[Program allows you to] adopt a new approach to contract drafting and avoid pitfalls.” (Oct 2015)
“Ken is a good presenter and clearly very passionate about the topic.”