For U.S. companies, the international marketplace offers potential for profitable markets. In exchange for such opportunities, however, companies should expect a broad array of risks and performance challenges to which they have previously been unexposed.

In the wake of the pandemic and ongoing international supply chain issues, companies and counsel have a heightened awareness of the importance of contract terms, and careful consideration should be paid to remedies when parties cannot meet contractual obligations.

Lawyers responsible for drafting and negotiating contracts that minimize their clients’ exposure abroad need to consider unique obstacles encountered when operating overseas.

Join Strafford and a panel of experienced international trade attorneys, including Senior Associate Phyllicia Hoffman Tanenbaum, for a webinar on Wednesday, June 12, 2024, as the group discusses the legal risks that are peculiar to international contracting and the key contract provisions that mitigate these risks and position businesses for success overseas.

Event Information 

Wednesday, June 12, 2024

1:00pm – 2:30pm EDT, 10:00am – 11:30am PDT

This CLE course will guide counsel to companies doing business internationally on key considerations when structuring international contracts. The panel will discuss core contract provisions and offer strategies for addressing and minimizing the risks inherent to international business dealings.