As the business world gets more complex, ensuring smooth and uninterrupted operations coupled with long-term relationships with all parties is extremely critical. Contracts are now considered vital as they not only instill high levels of confidence in the organisation one deals with, but also save the time and effort one might face in dealing with unpredictable concerns and arguments. This course will guide you through a step by step process to understand, draft and negotiate a successful contract and at the same time ensure that the interests of your organisation are well protected. You also will strengthen your expertise to build sound contractual relationships.
Herbert S. Wolfson
Herbert S. Wolfson began his career as a securities lawyer in Washington in 1990, and went on to practise in New York, Philadelphia, and the GCC.
Herb has more than 20 years of experience working in and with the Middle East. He serves as lead counsel for multinational corporate clients in transactions across the GCC. He has also provided expert testimony in US courts on commercial disputes governed under various Middle Eastern legal systems.
Additionally, Herb has delivered lectures in New York, Washington, San Francisco, Paris, Beijing, Kuala Lumpur and elsewhere, and is a published legal author. He has a degree in Law (magna cum laude), as well as an undergraduate degree and a Master’s degree in Arabic, all from the University of Pennsylvania.
|Date||Early Bird 1
|Early Bird 2
|10 Dec 18 - 13 Dec 18||USD 3995||USD 4495||USD 4995|