Join the Nashville Business Incubation Center in partnership with the Metro Nashville Airport Authority for a full day workshop on Contracts!
Does your company have contracts? If you have contracts, you have questions! Let us help you navigate contracts and litigation. In partnership with the Metropolitan Nashville Airport Authority, NBIC will host Frost Brown Todd attorneys for a contracts workshop.
Areas covered will include:
1. The importance of understanding the “fine-print” in a typical business contracts;
2. The common pitfalls in commercial agreements; and
3. Important tips on how to be a knowledgeable consumer of legal contracts.
Introduction to Contract and Business Law Terminology.
Definition of key terms and examples of their real world application
Damages, Indemnity, Implied Warranties, Disclaimers, Limitation of Liabilities.
Learn the “art” of reading a Contract and how to identify the Major Issues
Taking a global approach to reviewing/ negotiating your Contract:
Focusing on the important issues
Discussion of Litigation and Disputes around contracts
Fundamentals of Reviewing/ Writing a Contract
Taking the fear out of reviewing/ writing a contract
Step by step approach for reading/ understanding the clauses, including the Indemnity clause
Come learn the Essentials of Reading and Understanding a Contract
Identify the significant areas common to every contract
Learn to evaluate and negotiate contract clauses
**A light lunch will be provided**
Register at https://nbic_mnaa519.eventbrite.com
What are my parking options for the event?
Guests are responsible for parking. Paid parking is available directly across the street at the Park Happy or Premium Parking lots. Guests should only utilize SP parking lots on evenings and weekends; cars will be ticketed and/or towed during business hours.
Note: NBIC is located inside the Concept Technology building. Enter through the double doors at the front of the building and NBIC will be immediately on your right.
How can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for general information. To learn more about specific opportunities with NBIC, call Angela Crane-Jones at 615-866-9787.