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What Did You Intend? Practice Points in Negotiating Letters of Intent: Using the Tools and Avoiding the Traps?

October 12, 2010

ACC Georgia Chapter Luncheon

The Georgia Chapter of Association of Corporate Counsel and Sutherland Asbill & Brennan LLP  presented: What Did You Intend? Practice Points in Negotiating Letters of Intent: Using the Tools and Avoiding the Traps? The presentation was delivered by Sutherland Partners Rocco Testani and B. Scott Burton. Letters of intent are commonly used in both acquisitions and divestitures and other commercial transactions. Often the task of drafting letters of intent fall upon corporate counsel. The panel, consisting of both inside and outside counsel, will address letters of intent from both litigation and corporate law perspectives. The program will discuss the key issues that arise in letter of intent litigation and offer practice tips on negotiating and drafting appropriate letters. In addition, the panel will distribute materials that may be helpful in your future practice.

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