A good contract is more than an outline of expectations between parties, it sets the foundation for the business relationship. It also serves as a reference in the event of misunderstandings and disputes. Kang Haggerty founding member Jackie Fetbroyt will serve as a faculty member for the upcoming National Business Institute seminar on December 6, 2021 – Advanced Business Contracts: Secrets Only the Top Attorneys Know. This online event focuses on refining attorneys’ contract drafting skills and negotiation strategies that will ensure the best possible outcomes for their clients. To learn more about the NBI seminar or to register, click here.
On April 18, 2019, Kang Haggerty member Jackie Fetbroyt will be a featured speaker for NBI’s Business Contracts in 10 Simple Steps for the National Business Institute. The CLE will take place at the Hilton Garden Inn Philadelphia Center City, 1100 Arch Street, from 9 am until 4:30 pm.
In this comprehensive seminar on business contracts, you’ll get real-world pointers on how to draft, review and negotiate business contracts in 10 simple steps. Acquire the skills you need to avoid risk, minimize liabilities, ensure enforceability and maximize protections. Don’t miss out on this practical program that will equip you with the foundational aspects of contracts every business attorney needs to know. Continue reading ›
Kang Haggerty is proud to share that Jacklyn Fetbroyt will be presenting at the National Business Institute (NBI) seminar “Negotiating Business Contracts” on September 21, 2018. Jacklyn Fetbroyt will speak on the following topics and more:
Contract Risk Allocation Secrets: Safeguard Clients and Preserve Business Relationships
- How Key Risk-Shifting Provisions Interrelate
Jacklyn Fetbroyt will speak on the topic of LLC operating agreements as part of a full day continuing legal education (CLE) program for the National Business Institute on April 25, 2016 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She will address the subjects of formation and drafting: articles and operating agreement; and members and managers: rights, responsibilities and voting provisions. Additional seminar subjects addressed include common operating agreement mistakes and key LLC litigation developments; tax mistakes made in distribution, allocation and entity selection; transfer restriction issues, right of first refusal, impasses (put/call), capital call and dissolution provisions; and ethics. Online registration for the program is available.