International Contracts Legal Advisor

Code : 8/6

Why Attend This Training Course?

The international business environment is changing rapidly, and to be successful, businesses must learn how to maximize potential while minimizing risks. This special training course is designed to provide such guidance and key information and insights for corporate executives and their professional advisors on the rules of the game and on how to make the most of available opportunities. The course also offers solid insight into risks associated with the global marketplace information that must be taken into account and managed when developing, maintaining or expanding international contracts. 
The course will be presented by an experienced faculty with exhaustive experience in international contracting matters. Each attendee will receive, in addition to lectures and hands-on exercise, a comprehensive reference Manual for your use during the program and as a guide to international contracting.

What Is The Training Course Methodology?

This training course methodology depends on enabling participants to interact and exchange experiences, explore their competencies and achieve their career aspirations, using forward-thinking training arts, such as theoretical lectures and/or open discussion to exchange opinions and experiences, scenarios, innovative thinking brainstorming. Participants will receive an agenda including training material as a reference, in addition to some extra notes and booklets. 

Who Should Attend This Training Course?

This training course is designed for all Legal Consultants Legal department staff in government and the private sector, as well as the legal personnel in governmental departments.

What Is The Training Course Objectives?

  • Develop the legal adviser's skills in studying the contract, its documents and its interpretation
  • Learn the stages of the International Contracts
  • Negotiation, documents and contracts - Implementation of the contract - guarantees
  • Know the drafting of the International contract for risk prevention and claims reduction
  • Understand the resolution of disputes arising from the International contract

What Is The Training Course Curriculum?

Negotiation Planning and Negotiation Skills
  • Planning for negotiation and negotiating skills
  • Defining the negotiation strategy and associated techniques
  • Invitation to negotiate and distinguish between them and affirmative response
    • Negotiation documents
    • Letter of Intent
    • Applications of some types of Letter of Intent
    • Honor pledges
    • Negotiation contracts
    • Civil liability resulting from negotiation
    • Elements of responsibility
    • Applications of responsibility
  •  Practical application on the negotiation contract
Drafting of International Contracts
  • Interaction between the request for formulation and the formulator
  • Drafting the outline
  • Drafting stage
    • Initial formulation
    • Review and refine the wording
    • Review the contract procedure in sequence
    • Comprehensive internal audit
    • Flow of Thoughts
  •  Case study (I)
 Contract Drafting Language
  • Contract language
  • Discipline of words and meanings
  • Rules of interpretation in accordance with the law applicable to the contract
  • Drafting style
  • Formulation of contract clauses
  • Controls for the drafting of statements by parties to the contract 
Form, Items and Documents of the Contract
  • Contract Structure: consensual Contract 
    • Model Contracts
    • Controls for the formulation of commitments
  • Rules for drafting the reasons for termination of contract
  • Formulation of Contract Guarantees:
  • Types of guarantees
  • Letters of guarantee
  • Controls the formulation of means of payment in the contract
  • Dispute Resolution Formulations
  • Dispute Resolution Forms
  • Arbitration
Application of Drafting Controls on International Contracts
  • International sales contract
  • Impact of ICC models on contract drafting
  • International contracting contract
  • The impact of FIDIC contract models on the international contracting contract
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