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Contract Preparedness In Any Situation – Is it Live or is it Virtual?

January 12 @ 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm

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Are you planning on transitioning your event from a live venue to an online, virtual platform or, perhaps, a hybrid structure?  If so, what do you need to be on the look out for, not only in the structure, content and conduct of your event, but also in the Platform Vendor/Supplier Agreements you’ll negotiating and signing.   
1. How to define the Purpose of your Virtual Agreement/Event with your Platform Vendor/Supplier
2. Paying particular attention to the Deliverables your Platform Vendor/Supplier will provide beyond just a platform for your Event
3. How your Event is going to be delivered – paying attention to Single and Multi-Platform Productions
4. Content Ownership and IP Ownership Rights for the Content that is produced and delivered during your Event
5. What Disclaimers and Limitations of Liability should you have in place for your Virtual Event?  Conversely, what Representations and Warranties should you expect/required from your Platform Vendor/Supplier?
6. How can you best handle any Platform Vendor/Supplier breach under your Agreement and what Recourse/Remedies should you have in place for Failure of the Platform or Noncompliance of the Deliverables?


This webinar is part of a series of three that will address contracting questions and concerns for anyone who plans/manages events of any type and size. Attendees can expect to walk away with a true understanding of contract preparedness in the new normal that we face today.  You can register for one, two, or all three webinars based on which topic is most interesting and useful to your business case.  Other dates are January 14 and 19.

Presented by William Bruce Cox, VP Business Development & General Counsel for Cox Event Consultation Services LLC.





January 12
3:30 pm - 5:00 pm
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