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CONTRACT TRIAGE – a live, intimate conversation about reviewing contracts (a live, remote webinar)
June 11, 2020 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pmFree
This webinar is free to ABC members in good standing, but it is limited to the first 15 individuals who register. The intentions of this session is for attendees to come prepared with their most pressing questions and have the conversation driven by the participants. In order for each participant to get the most out of the session, we are keeping it to a limited, intimate number.
How will contract triage help me?
Medical practitioners perform triage when they are assigning degrees of urgency to admitting wounds and illnesses.
When you review a contract to assess if it contains too many deal-breakers, which left unchanged, would leave your business vulnerable, you are performing contract triage.
Before you pay to hire a lawyer to review your contract…triage.
Before you take the time or expense to pay a lawyer to review your entire contract, use our simple method of contract triage to determine if it’s even worth it. Follow this system and you’ll be able to assess if the contract is worth further review and consideration.
Join live and get your question answered!
The live workshop is scheduled for one hour. For 30 minutes, Eliot will review the four-step process for performing contract triage on your next contract. Then he’ll take time to answer participant questions for at least 30 minutes. So join us live on Zoom if you want some insight into your particular contract issue.
Eliot M. Wagonheim
Eliot is the founder of Wagonheim Law, a business and construction law firm based in Baltimore, Maryland. Eliot serves as general counsel to commercial construction companies of virtually every size and trade, from 5-person organizations to some of the most successful and well-recognized companies in the country.
Eliot is a current and multi-year Maryland Super Lawyer and is recognized as one of the nation’s elite attorneys through the peer-review award of an AV-rating (excellent to pre-eminent).
During the course of his career, he has drafted and negotiated construction contracts ranging from small 5-figure undertakings to agreements for hundreds of millions of dollars.