Mallon & Lonnquist to Present NAPM – Denver Winter Seminar Feb 08, 2014
Colorado business attorneys Craig Watrous and Reed Morris will be teaching the Denver National Association of Purchasing Management (“NAPM”) Winter Seminar: “Legal Insights for the Supply Professional” on Tuesday, February 11th, from 9:00AM to 4:00PM. This all day legal seminar covers common business issues encountered by purchasing managers, procurement officers, suppliers, distributors, sellers and re-sellers, manufacturers and purchasers. Topics covered include: Purchase Order terms, Boilerplate, Warranties, Commercial Leases, Professional Services Agreements, Confidentiality and Non-Disclosure Agreements, Business Litigation and Contracting Risks. The class will earn attendees 6 hours of continuing education (CEH).
This helpful overview seminar covers salient, up-to-date, legal issues for the supply professional. For additional information please visit:
- Purchase Orders: The Good, the Bad, the Ugly
- Contracts: “But That’s Just the Boilerplate!” The Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing
- Lawsuits: How to Win Them, and How to Avoid Them
- Warranties: Real and Imagined: How Warranties are Created, Disclaimed, and Enforced
- Leases: Where Are the Land Mines?
- Professional Services Agreements: Who’s In Charge Here?
- Confidentiality and Non-Disclosure Agreements: Who Told Them THAT?
- Contract Risks: How to Shift Risks to the Other Party
About the National Association of Purchase Managers: The Denver NAPM’s Mission Statement is to “provide quality educational and networking opportunities to increase knowledge, ethical standards and foster professional development within the Purchasing and Supply Management Profession.” For more information please visit Denver NAPM’s website: http://www.napmdenver.org/about.html
Mallon & Lonnquist, LLC, is a business, finance, real estate, and litigation law firm, based in Denver, Colorado. Mallon & Lonnquist regularly represents manufacturers, wholesalers, distributors, purchasers, and sellers in both transactions and disputes.