During this information-packed webinar, our expert faculty will present real life examples and considerations for drafting and negotiating of liquidated damages provisions in commercial contracts.
- A review of scope and cap/limitations on liquidated damages amounts
- No-no language traps to avoid when drafting the liquidated damages clause
- Circumstances when courts have not enforced liquidated damages (and how to avoid them)
- What’s considered ‘reasonable’ liquidated damages at time of contract (and breach)
- What makes calculation of actual damages so difficult
- Which party bears the burden to prove the enforceability, entitlement, and calculation
- Dangers of using boilerplate liquidated damages provisions
- Differences between liquidated damages on public and private projects
- Understanding what constitutes a successful defense
- Checklist of essential drafting questions
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Noel R. Bagwell
Attorney at Law
Noel Bagwell is an attorney and the founder of Executive Legal Professionals, a Small Business Legal Services firm headquartered in Nashville, TN. A graduate of Cumberland School of Law at Samford University in Birmingham, AL, Noel also serves as the Start-ups & Small Business Aspect of Practice Leader for the National Center for Preventive Law. Noel has developed Executive Legal Professionals into a growing, full-service law firm with attorneys serving entrepreneurs and businesses in multiple states.
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