As a financial professional, you see contracts of all kinds, for your own business and for your clients' businesses. You may think that most contracts are written in an arcane language, penetrable only by lawyers. You may think that most contracts are too ironclad to change. You may accept contract boilerplate without understanding it. If so, you are putting yourself at risk and costing yourself time and money. What if you could understand contracts in a new way? Distinguish good contracts from bad contracts? See beyond the legalese and make contracts work exactly the way that you want them to work? What if you could take a three-hour course that would help you to understand contracts better than your attorney? You can. In this course, Paul C. Jorgensen will take you through the theory and construction of contracts and their provisions. You'll learn to recognize and understand the bases for good contracts, the essential provisions of a contract and what each really means, and the provisions that you do not need or that expose you to risk.
Recognize the most important differences between a good contact and a bad one. Recognize provisions that expose you to risk.
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