UCC Breach of Contract Remedies for Sellers and Buyers: Recent Cases, Best Practices for Mitigating Damages
Recording of a 90-minute CLE video webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will brief business counsel on the scope of Article 2 under the UCC, recent breach of contract cases, and specified remedies for sellers and buyers provided under the UCC. The panel will also highlight best practices for documenting important factors involving the breach, compliance issues such as notice and cure requirements, and other risk mitigation strategies.
- Breadth of Article 2
- Contract formation
- Statue of frauds
- Modification and waiver
- Title and good faith
- Breach of contract and recent cases
- Repudiation, rejection, acceptance, revocation
- Remedies for sellers and buyers and other key concerns
- Best practices for avoiding breaches and litigation
The panel will discuss these and other important issues:
- What steps should counsel take for their clients to ensure compliance with Article 2 requirements?
- What are the critical factors for counsel to consider when advising their clients which remedies and damages to pursue under the UCC upon a breach of contract?
- What are best practices for contract negotiations and drafting to avoid future breaches and litigation?
Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough
Mr. Arora concentrates in the areas of domestic and international corporate transactions and related business dispute... | Read More
Mr. Arora concentrates in the areas of domestic and international corporate transactions and related business dispute resolution. He counsels public and privately held companies as a boardroom advisor and a courtroom advocate in high-stakes corporate matters. Mr. Arora serves as general counsel for businesses with a prominent national or international presence. His general counsel practice focuses on preventative counseling and business structuring. Mr. Arora advises clients on mergers, acquisitions, conversions, and domestications. He has handled a wide range of business closings, negotiations, trademark registrations, corporate governance, industry-focused due diligence for regulatory aspects of proposed deals, and business tax matters in connection with audits by tax authorities. Mr. Arora also assists clients with dispute resolution relating to corporate transactions through business litigation, arbitrations, and mediations. He handles complex cases such as parallel civil and administrative proceedings, multidistrict actions, and bet-the-company litigation.Close
Vanessa L. Miller
Foley & Lardner
Ms. Miller’s practice focuses on general manufacturing breach of contract and warranty disputes, automotive... | Read More
Ms. Miller’s practice focuses on general manufacturing breach of contract and warranty disputes, automotive supply chain disputes, product liability lawsuits, trade secret claims, and business torts. Ms. Miller defends consumer class actions involving claims of breach of contract, breach of warranty, fraud, negligence, and unjust enrichment. Ms. Miller also routinely counsels clients on various commercial contract documents and supply chain issues. She is a member of the firm’s Business Litigation & Dispute Resolution Practice, Automotive Industry Team and Manufacturing Industry Team.Close