I’ve updated this site’s page on my in-house seminars to note that I’m now offering a one-hour presentation entitled “The Bad (and Good) News About Contract Language and the Contract Process.” Here’s the description:
In addition to his seminars, Ken offers a one-hour presentation on problems with traditional contract language and the traditional contract process and how organizations can address those problems. It features compelling examples drawn from Ken’s dozen years as a speaker, consultant, writer, and teacher at the forefront of his subject. Fifteen minutes are devoted to a question-and-answer session.
This presentation would be suitable for a lunchtime session, and it could be conducted in person or by webcam (using Skype, Google+, or a comparable service).
This presentation might appeal to those organizations that aren’t quite ready for a seminar. I have in mind that I might, say, do it in person for a New York law firm one day and do it by webcam for the law department of a European company a few days later.
An organization that hires me to do this presentation would be entitled to a customer discount on purchase of multiple copies of A Manual of Style for Contract Drafting.
If you’d like to discuss having me give this presentation at your organization, send me an email by clicking here.