Hear from our Commercial Litigation experts across the country on how court decisions are influencing contract drafting.
The state of “boilerplate”
Common enforceability gaps
Recent court decisions considering common terms in commercial contracts
Drafting tips in view of recent developments
Iris Antonios, Partner, Toronto
Joshua Hutchinson, Associate, Vancouver
Patrick Lapierre, Associate, Montréal
Ryan Morris, Partner, Toronto
Lindsay Rowell, Partner, Calgary
Max Shapiro, Partner, Toronto
Wednesday, November 8, 2023
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