Training

Contract Law

Target Audience:A wide range of managers at a Russian or an international corporationDuration:8 hoursProvider:НОЧУ «АИБЭк. Американский институт бизнеса и экономики»Venue:AEB Conference Centre, Moscow, Butyrsky val, 68/70 build.1, office 13Language:RussianCoach:Vladimir Lissniak
Vladimir Lissniak Vladimir Lissniak

Terms and Conditions

– The deadline for registration & payment is usually 5 days before the starting date of the course;
– Those who do not register and pay by the deadline will not be allowed to participate in the training;
– All payments are to be made by bank transfer;
– Once registration is closed, the fee is non-refundable.

Goals and Objectives:
Improve and develop in-depth understanding of the intricacies of contract law
Learn practical contract drafting skills applicable for drafting any international or domestic contracts

Training program
The Training concentrates mainly on drafting but assumes no prior knowledge of contracts and focuses on techniques that will help master the challenges of drafting a contract. Participants will see the strong points and foibles of K templates (boiler plates) frequently used in practice. Pre-contract work and coordination between various structural formations in a company (law department, finance, security etc.) will be discussed as well.
The Training will also focus on the K structure, language modality, interpretation, clause templates used and how the language impacts the drafting of agreements.

The Training will cover topics from formation, through mistakes, terms and functioning, to breach, dispute resolution and remedies.
It will include Offer & Acceptance, Preliminary Contracts and Irrevocable Offers; Form Contracts & Mirror Image Rules; Indefiniteness Problems; Consideration in Common Law Contracts; Enforceability, Illegality and Public Policy; Parole Evidence and Modification; Avoiding Claims of Mistake; Dealing with Non-Performance Short of Breach; Effective Force Majeure Clauses; Drafting Promises and Conditions, Warranties and Disclaimers; Invoking and Excluding Particular Types of Damages; and Third Party Rights.

• K Concept and Terms
   - Concept. Privity of K
   - Some K types (public, adhesion, preliminary, frame, option, subscriber agreement etc.)
   - K invalidity

• K Formation
   - Pre-contract relationships, liability for unconsciousness
   - Warranties and Representations
   - Preliminary Contracts
   - Vulnerability of a Non-Registered Contract

• Modification and Rescission
   - Precedents and Judicial Practice

Methodology of training delivery
Socratic Method, discussion combined with practical exercises.