About the Master Class for Meeting Planners:
This is the first season premiere of a four-episode virtual series where we will go through the current concerns of the Meeting Planner about meeting contracts.
We are a worldwide network of attorneys that focus on hospitality, travel, and tourism issues; a marketing conduit for suppliers of legal, safety, and security solutions to reach hospitality developers and operators in need of those solutions; we mitigate critical incidents, injuries, litigation and liability within the hospitality industry, in the U.S. and abroad by facilitating the creation, collection, and dissemination of legal, safety and security information, products and services.
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The Master Class
At the completion of this Master Class, you will have mastered:
– Organizing your contracts in a consistent, cogent, and strategic format.
– Commencing a contract negotiation with two fundamental principles that are the foundation
of all contracts.
– A clear understanding of the meaning and legal significance of terms and clauses such as
liquidated damages, indemnification, and force majeure.
– The ability to negotiate much more efficiently and effectively.
– To comprehend and mitigate the risks to your client/employer but also to you personally.
– To utilize tools to strategically place your client/ employer in the best position possible should
something go wrong.
The four episodes will be held on the following dates:
- 1st episode: You can watch it on-demand on our website
- 2nd episode: December 6th 2023 at 10 am CST
- 3rd episode: January 10th 2024 at 10 am CST
- 4th episode: February 7th 2024 at 10 am CST
To comprehend the current state of affairs in the meeting space and how those circumstances are impacting contract negotiations and contracts.
To organize your contracts in a consistent, cogent and strategic format.
To recognize and adopt two fundamental principles, that are the foundation of all contracts.
To have a clear understanding of the meaning and legal significance of terms and clauses such as liquidated damages, indemnification, force majeure; and to discuss clauses that you may want to be including given today’s meeting environment.
To develop the ability to negotiate much more efficiently and effectively;
To comprehend and mitigate the risks to your client/employer but also to you personally;
To utilize tools to strategically place your client/ employer in the best position possible should something go wrong.
This capstone class will review a mutual meeting contract that is laid out according to EIC (Event Industry Council) recommendations as well as answer all pending questions.
Refunds in the form of a credit toward a future event produced by HospitalityLawyer.com®, will be accepted through Friday, October 27, 2023. Substitutions may occur until 9:00 AM central time on Wednesday, November 1st, 2023.
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1. I will not be available to watch the episodes live. Will they be recorded?
We are happy to announce that all four episodes will be recorded and posted to watch at your own schedule for registered attendees with a private link. The on-demand format features prerecorded class sessions, enabling you to experience direct expert instruction anytime, anywhere.
2. Can I get Continuing Education (CE) Credits from completing the Master Class series to apply towards my CMP?
HospitalityLawyer.com is happy to inform you that you can apply for Continuing Education credits from the Events Industry Council (EIC). Please note that we are not currently a Preferred Partner of the EIC, so our program is not pre-approved by EIC. However, EIC does allow members of the Certified Meeting Planner (CMP) program to submit an application for CE credits for any program “as long as the activity’s learning objectives can be aligned with one of the nine domains in the CMP International Standards.” Information on claiming and reporting this information can be found on the EIC webpage. HospitalityLawyer.com is happy to supply any supporting documentation you may need for this application. Please reach out to Chloe (Chloe@hospitalitylawyer.com) after the event with any questions you may have as you are completing the application.