Maya Simmons Rogers to Speak at the Drafting and Reviewing Business Contracts CLE hosted by NBI
The National Business Institute (NBI) will host a continuing legal education (CLE) seminar entitled “Drafting and Reviewing Business Contracts at the Cobb Galleria Centre in Atlanta, GA on December 13, 2017. Our very own Maya Simmons Rogers, managing partner of Simmons Rogers, LLC, will present, along with attorneys Thomas A. Bartolozzi, partner at Taylor English Duma LLP, David Messer, attorney at Briskin, Cross & Sanford, LLC, and others.
The business law cle will focus on how to incorporate business contract basics into practice in the real world. Attendees will get real-world pointers on how representations and warranties, indemnification provisions, and other clauses actually work. Attorney Maya Simmons Rogers will cover drafting fundamentals and boilerplate language on behalf of Nefertara Clark, managing partner at Clark & Clark Law Group, as well as non-competes and restrictive covenants, which continue to be a hot topic in the world of business law.
This seminar is designed specifically for attorneys - whether they are just starting out in a business law practice or have been practicing business law for years. By the end of the day attendees will have received the information needed to confidently draft and review business contracts in 2018 and beyond.
Since 1983, NBI has been a national provider of continuing legal education and training. NBI is dedicated to providing practical, continuing legal education courses taught by experienced practitioners, so that attendees are equipped with information they can apply to their daily practice.
To learn more about the seminar and register to attend, visit the NBI page here.
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