Ethical Considerations in Drafting Contracts

This course presents a study of inadvertent, unilateral, and joint drafting errors; intentional modification of “standard” forms; incorrect recitations of law; and omissions by error of an agreed-upon term, and the ethical duties of the drafting and receiving lawyers in each situation, as well as practice strategies to guard against such situations.

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  • Arkansas - 1.0 Total General Credits; 1.0 Total Ethics Credits
  • California - 1.0 Total General Credits; 1.0 Total Ethics Credits
  • Colorado - 1.0 Total General Credits; 1.0 Total Ethics Credits
  • Florida - 1.0 Total General Credits; 1.0 Total Ethics Credits
  • Georgia - 1.0 Total General Credits; 1.0 Total Ethics Credits
  • Hawaii - 1.0 Total General Credits; 1.0 Total Ethics Credits
  • Illinois - 1.0 Total General Credits; 1.0 Total Ethics Credits
  • Iowa - 1.0 Total General Credits; 1.0 Total Ethics Credits
  • Kansas - 1.0 Total General Credits; 1.0 Total Ethics Credits
  • Louisiana - 1.0 Total General Credits; 1.0 Total Ethics Credits
  • Mississippi - 1.0 Total General Credits; 1.0 Total Ethics Credits
  • Missouri - 1.0 Total General Credits; 1.0 Total Ethics Credits
  • Montana - 1.0 Total General Credits; 1.0 Total Ethics Credits
  • Nebraska - 1.0 Total General Credits; 1.0 Total Ethics Credits
  • New Jersey - 1.0 Total General Credits; 1.0 Total Ethics Credits
  • New Mexico - 1.0 Total General Credits; 1.0 Total Ethics Credits
  • North Carolina - 1.0 Total General Credits; 1.0 Total Ethics Credits
  • North Dakota - 1.0 Total General Credits; 1.0 Total Ethics Credits
  • Ohio - 1.0 Total General Credits; 1.0 Total Ethics Credits
  • Oklahoma - 1.0 Total General Credits; 1.0 Total Ethics Credits
  • Oregon - 1.0 Total General Credits; 1.0 Total Ethics Credits
  • Tennessee - 1.0 Total General Credits; 1.0 Total Ethics Credits
  • Texas - 1.0 Total General Credits; 1.0 Total Ethics Credits
  • Virginia - 1.0 Total General Credits; 1.0 Total Ethics Credits
  • West Virginia - 1.0 Total General Credits; 1.0 Total Ethics Credits
  • Wisconsin - 1.0 Total General Credits; 1.0 Total Ethics Credits
  • Wyoming - 1.0 Total General Credits; 1.0 Total Ethics Credits

Course Details:

Formats Available
Audio Recording, Video, Text
Release Date
May 24, 2017
On Demand
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Course Duration
60 min
Cost

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