Drafting contracts with legal certainty – Up-to-date practical knowledge for non-lawyers
In this practical seminar you will learn what you need to consider when drafting, concluding and executing contracts. You will receive an overview of everything worth knowing about the drafting of contracts as well as helpful tips and advice. You will learn in detail:
– why you should not leave the drafting of your contracts exclusively to lawyers,
– what you should know in advance of a contract negotiation,
– what special features the individual contract types have and
– which contents a contract should contain in any case.
Dr. Stefan Keck, MBA
Dr. Stefan Keck, MBA is attorney at law and partner at AC Tischendorf | act legal Germany. He has the additional qualifications of specialist lawyers for commercial and corporate law and for labour law. His main focus is on advising medium-sized companies on commercial law issues, in particular on the drafting of contracts (national and international), in day-to-day legal business, but also at the interfaces between corporate law, commercial law and antitrust law. In the course of his professional career, he has worked as Interim Legal Counsel in the corporate headquarters of one of the world’s leading manufacturers of high-quality equipment and consumables for the construction industry and in one of the leading commercial law firms.
Dr. Fabian Laugwitz, LL.M. Eur., MBA
Dr. Fabian Laugwitz, MBA, LL.M. Eur. is attorney at law and partner at AC Tischendorf | act legal Germany. He advises numerous domestic and foreign companies and company management in the areas of general commercial and real estate law. In addition, he has special expertise in advising companies and personalities on sports law issues, especially in the area of Esports, and in representing them in complex negotiation and dispute situations. Dr. Fabian Laugwitz is a permanent speaker at renowned seminar organizers and within the scope of in-house training courses, especially on relevant topics in the areas of general contract and commercial law.