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“When Preliminary Agreements Are Enforceable: Best Practices When Using MOU’s, LOI’s and Term Sheets For Commercial Transactions,” NYSBA CLE Webinar Course Presenter – June 18, 2020

Posted Jun 12, 2020

Event Start Date: Jun 18, 2020

On Thursday, June 18, 2020 at 2 pm ET, Stephen Brodsky, a Partner in KDV’s New York City and Long Island offices, will present a CLE webinar program for the Business Law Section of the New York State Bar Association (NYSBA), entitled, “When Preliminary Agreements Are Enforceable:  Best Practices When Using MOUs, LOIs and Term Sheets for Commercial Transactions.”  It is a NYSBA approved course and will provide 1 CLE credit to attorneys.

This program is a must for attorneys who negotiate and draft contracts.  Stephen will discuss when “preliminary agreements” are enforceable under New York law.   He will also discuss best practices, and his own tips, when drafting and using MOUs, LOIs and term sheets for commercial transactions.  Learn how to protect your client from unintended obligations.  Learn how to make key terms (such as break-up fees, no-shop clauses and confidentiality clauses) fully binding. 

To learn more and register, click here.

Stephen has a sophisticated business advisory practice. He is Chair of the NYSBA’s Business Organizations Law Committee.  Stephen also serves in leadership roles in the American Bar Association and the Private Directors Association. He is rated AV Preeminent by his clients and peers, and he is known for his creative problem solving and thoughtful counsel

In addition to his practice, Stephen regularly writes and speaks on legal and business-related topics and has been published in journals throughout the country.  Finally, he is committed to charitable work. He is a Board member of and Counsel to Autism Communities, a New York non-profit, and active in Autism Speaks, a national organization.

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