Clark Hill Attorney Jeremy S. Motz to Present Purchasing Law Webinar for Lorman Education Services on April 11, 2017
Birmingham, MI – Clark Hill attorney Jeremy S. Motz will present a webinar titled “Purchasing Law – Effective Negotiations: Structuring the Deal” for Lorman Education Services on April 11, 2017. Attendees will learn how to identify key drivers behind and key issues with the contracting process, recognize the various provisions of a contract and understand which ones may be problematic, discuss the issues relative to contracts which do not fully set forth the desired terms and conditions, and be able to review negotiations strategies to determine if adjustments would be beneficial. For more information about the webinar or to register click here.
Motz is a Member in Clark Hill’s Education, Municipal, and Real Estate Practice Groups. He principally focuses his practice in assisting public and private sector entities in a wide variety of transactional matters.
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