Basics Of Contract Review: Where To Start And What To Look For

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Course Description

This program was recorded on March 31, 2021

Contract review has an air of mystery to it. What are you looking for? What should be included? What shouldn't be included? What should be in the "boilerplate" at the end of the contract? And what does all that boilerplate mean? In this course, we cover the basics of contract review - for business contracts. From the foundation of what is a contract all the way through to what you should be looking for when you look at a contract, we'll get you the basics you need for your next contract review project.

Speaker Bio
2 General Credits
Course Agenda

Attorney R. Shawn McBrideR. Shawn McBride
R. Shawn McBride works with business owners that want to lay the foundation first and get their business going in the right direction or assess where they are and set the stage for a brighter future for their business. His goal is to educate his clients so that they understand the law and can make sound decisions on legal matters affecting their business.

As founder and Managing Member of The R. Shawn McBride Law Firm, PLLC, he has guided the Firm to be business-focused – after all, Shawn was exposed to the business world completing college degrees in Accounting and Business Administration (concentration: Finance) and passing the CPA exam prior to advising his first legal client.

The Firm’s mission is to protect business owners. Shawn is commonly involved, at some level or another, in most Firm client matters, which usually includes protecting business owners in some way, shape or form. It might include looking at buy-sell arrangements for a client that owns part of a business to protect their long-term wealth. Or it might include helping a company successfully bring in investors.

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Course Agenda

  1. What are the fundamentals of contracts
  2. What separates a good contract from the bad
  3. What are common things to look for in contracts
  4. How to do a contract review
  5. What goes in the beginning of a contract
  6. What does all the boilerplate in a contract mean
  7. The sections of a contract that new lawyers often don't pay enough attention to
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