Partner Peter S. Nealis is one of five presenters at the National Business Institute's live online seminar, “Business Contracts: What You Didn’t Learn in Law School.” It will be held Tues., Sept. 22 from 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m. EDT.
Nealis’s two presentations will kick off the daylong seminar. He will discuss:
- Things I Wish They Had Taught Me in Contracts Class
- Indemnification, Limitation of Liability and Insurance: Real-World Insights and Language
The remaining four topics covered at the seminar are:
- Negotiating Techniques You Won't Learn in Law School
- Drafting, Templates and More: Time- and Trouble-Saving Tips
- Mistakes, Ambiguities and Hidden Dangers: Avoiding Enforcement Issues, Bad Deals and Disputes
- Legal Ethics of Contracts and Negotiations
For more information about this basic-to-intermediate level attorney seminar, and to register, visit here.
Nealis represents businesses and their owners in all aspects of the mergers and acquisitions process. He counsels clients on a wide variety of general corporate and business matters, including intellectual property protection and licensing. He also represents many private businesses, including start-ups and emerging growth companies, in their initial capital raising ventures and subsequent private placements. He has substantial experience in the area of partnership and limited liability company formation. Nealis is licensed in Ohio and Florida.