Drafting Notice Clauses: Physical vs. Virtual Delivery, Time Limits, Form and Content, Identifying Recipients
Jurisdictional Differences, Remote Work Issues, Amending Provisions
A live 90-minute CLE video webinar with interactive Q&A
This CLE webinar will guide counsel on best practices in drafting notice provisions. The panel will discuss the pros and cons of requiring physical versus virtual delivery, how to address concerns of certifying delivery, and what to consider when amending notice clauses in existing agreements, in particular, due to a remote work environment. The panel will advise on lessons from recent cases that considered notice provisions. The panel will also address notice provision issues related to supply chain agreements.
- Drafting notice provisions
- Time limits
- Form and content
- Physical vs. virtual
- Remote work considerations
- Amending existing provisions
- Jurisdictional differences
- Recent cases
The panel will address these and other key issues:
- When should electronic delivery be considered in notice provisions?
- How has remote work and the "Great Resignation" affected designated recipients in notice provisions?
- What trends from recent cases may affect how notice provisions are drafted in the future?
Marc L. Kuemmerlein
For more than 30 years, Mr. Kuemmerlein has served as legal executive and general counsel to companies in diverse... | Read More
For more than 30 years, Mr. Kuemmerlein has served as legal executive and general counsel to companies in diverse industries serving national and global markets. In these positions, he has addressed and resolved a full range of legal matters for public and private companies in collaboration with corporate boards, senior management and professional teams. These have included board of director guidance, regulatory affairs and governmental programs, complex contracts, procurement, commercial litigation, human resources, labor, FCPA, international transactions, tax controversies and crisis management. Mr. Kuemmerlein has also practiced as outside counsel with prominent corporate firms in the areas of corporate law, securities, M&A, real estate, publishing and intellectual property.Close
Gabriela N. Smith
Ms. Smith is an experienced business attorney who assists her clients with international contractual and regulatory... | Read More
Ms. Smith is an experienced business attorney who assists her clients with international contractual and regulatory matters, as well as acts as outside general counsel to companies in the outsourcing, technology and professional services industries, providing general business law counsel and solutions. A leader within the Texas Bar, Ms. Smith is the Immediate Past Chair of the International Law Section of the Texas Bar, where she oversaw and led over 700 lawyers across Texas and the United States. She has served as M&A counsel to U.S. and foreign companies in multiple transactions across a broad range of industries, including the digital technology and human resources industries. Known for her technology transactions expertise, in 2017, Ms. Smith was the general counsel for the seller in the largest software product acquisition in Latin America with the acquisition of Grupo Synthesis by Linx S.A. (BVMF: LINX3).Close
Donald S. Trevarthen
University of Minnesota Law School
Mr. Trevarthen retired in 2015 from The Toro Company as Director, Division Counsel after over 25 years of service.... | Read More
Mr. Trevarthen retired in 2015 from The Toro Company as Director, Division Counsel after over 25 years of service. At Toro, he had extensive experience with negotiating, drafting, and enforcing contracts across a wide range of subject matters and business units. Prior to Toro, Prof. Trevarthen worked from 1979-1987 as a Project Engineer for General Motors Corporation in Saginaw, MI and for Tennant Company in Golden Valley, MN.Close