Limitation of Liability Carveouts: Confidentiality, Data Security Breaches, IP, and Indemnification
Recording of a 90-minute CLE video webinar with Q&A
This CLE course will examine limitation of liability provisions and how to properly exclude certain types of damages from such disclaimers and/or caps. The panel will discuss typical carveouts on standard disclaimers and caps on liability. The panel will discuss best practices to limit liability for incidental, punitive, indirect, special, exemplary, extraordinary, or consequential damages or lost profits, as well as caps of liability.
- Limitation of liability
- Confidential information
- Breach of data security obligations
- Intellectual property
- Bad conduct
- Best practices
The panel will discuss these and other key issues:
- What are best practices for identifying and documenting assumption of liabilities?
- What are "bad conduct" carve-outs in indemnification and limitation of liability?
- What are the risks of carve-out language being over-expansive and defeating liability protection?
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