Leading Corporate Law Firm – Corp Comm Legal in collaboration with Enhelion Knowledge Ventures Pvt Ltd, has launched a two day online certificate programme on Commercial Contract Drafting.
Mr. Bhumesh Verma, a leading corporate lawyer, having more than 25 years of legal experience, will be taking this two day certificate programme, as part of our Continue Legal Education Series.
The highlights of this programme include: tips and techniques to write robust clauses in a contract. Mr Verma will use his immense knowledge on the subject and will provide the participant with a wide range of knowledge that can only be acquired while practicing.
You the enrolled student stand to gain by joining this short programme, because you are not only learning practical aspects of commercial contract drafting, but also learning from one of the best in the business. All participants shall receive a certificate from Mr Bhumesh Verma.
FEES – INR 1999 inclusive of GST
15th December 2017 – 5 PM to 7:30 PM [Friday]
16th December 2017 – 5 PM to 7:30 PM [Saturday]
[Please note that the timings are tentative, but the programme will only be conducted during the days mentioned above].
There are Eight parts of this programme. Each part will be for half an hour
1. Why and How to draft a commercial Contract – 30 Minutes
2. Treading cautiously with Precedents – 30 Minutes
3. Definitions and descriptions – 30 Minutes
4. Operative Clauses – 30 Minutes
5. Boilerplate Clauses6.- 30 Minutes
6. Dispute resolution, Governing Law & Jurisdiction Clauses – 30 Minutes
7. Strict Do’s and don’ts – 30 Minutes
8. Summing up and questions from participants – 30 Minutes
There will be a break of about 10 minutes after the end of the fourth session, which is on Operative Clauses.
After the Last session, the participating students shall receive a certificate, which will be dispatched to their respective correspondence address via courier/speedpost.
There is no evaluation for this short certificate programme.
Each Participant shall receive a certificate of participation from Corp Comm Legal and Enhelion Knowledge Ventures Pvt Ltd.
This post was first published on:
20 Nov 2017