Business Litigation Expert Tom Patterson Discusses Breach of Contract at Upcoming Chicagoland NBI Seminar
November 28, 2012 (Newswire) - Reviewing, drafting and negotiating contracts can be one of the most important and tedious aspects of a business attorney's practice. Don't miss this opportunity to let Tom Patterson of The Patterson Law Firm, LLC help advance your contract negotiation and drafting skills. The NBI Business Contracts A to Z live seminar will take place November 30, 2012 from 9:00 - 4:30 p.m. at the Country Inn & Suites, 1837 Center Point Circle, Naperville, Illinois.
The seminar will review the latest tips and techniques for writing contracts so you can remain up to date. This basic to intermediate level seminar is designed for attorneys. It may also benefit paralegals. Attorneys or others interested can receive continuing education credits and may register for the event here.
Patterson will present on the topic of competition issues and will cover drafting and enforcement of non-compete clauses and protecting confidential information, trade secrets and intellectual property. He will also cover breach of contract actions including enforceability issues, calculating damages and successful remedies.
Since 1983 National Business Institute has been one of the largest providers of legal and professional education in the nation, serving more than two million professionals. NBI provides continuing legal education (CLE) training seminars, teleconferences, webcasts, self-study materials, and online CLE via on-demand streaming or downloadable MP3 audio.
About The Patterson Law Firm, LLC
The Patterson Law Firm, LLC prepares and tries lawsuits for businesses, professionals and entrepreneurs. With the top four lawyers having more than 114 years of combined trial experience, The Patterson Law Firm, LLC provides effective, efficient and ethical representation for clients.
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