Common Contract Mistakes

Common Contract Mistakes

By Camille Moore, December 6, 2018

Register now for “Common Contract Mistakes”

Sometimes little errors can cause big problems. Lisa Sommer Devlin, an attorney who has represented hotels regarding event contracts for over 25 years, will highlight some of the most common contract mistakes that she sees in her practice and gives you tips on how to avoid legal disputes.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Learn common contracting mistakes that are most likely to lead to disputes.
  2. Learn negotiation tips to help you get a better contract.

Speaker Bio:

Lisa Devlin

Lisa Sommer Devlin’s legal practice has concentrated in hospitality law for 25 years. She drafts standardized contracts, provides legal training and handles meeting related litigation for chain and independent hotels. Meeting News magazine named her one of the 25 most influential people in the meeting industry in 2002 and 2006, saying: “More than anyone else, she is the legal voice for the industry.” She speaks at countless industry events and was named a 2012 “Best in Class” speaker by PCMA.

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