Press ReleasesPS&H Counsel Suzanne Elovecky Presents Getting the Benefit of the Bargain in Breach of Contract Claims

September 22, 20210

PS&H counsel, Suzanne Elovecky, will serve as faculty for the Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education (MCLE) webcast, Getting the Benefit of the Bargain in Breach of Contract Claims: Strategies for successful litigation in breach of contract cases.

Joining Suzanne as faculty, is Joe Cacace, a senior litigation associate at Todd & Weld LLP in Boston. Up to 1 substantive CLE credit can be earned by attending one of the three viewing options for the webcast.

  • Live Webcast, Wednesday, 9/22/21, 10 am – 11 am. Register Here
  • Recorded Webcast, Thursday, 10/7/21, 2 pm – 3 pm. Register Here
  • Recorded Webcast, Friday, 10/15/21, 12 pm – 1 pm. Register Here

This one-hour program will focus on how to enforce contracts of all kinds. Suzanne and Joe will discuss issues that commonly arise in breach of contract and related claims. The program will cover issues concerning contract formation, including the enforceability of letters of intent, term sheets, oral agreements, implied agreements, and performance in the face of unsigned drafts. They will also discuss remedies, including damages theories and specific performance, as well as related non-contract claims and theories of recovery. The program will address strategies for litigating breach of contract claims, including whether to seek injunctive or declaratory relief, and whether to consider alternative dispute resolution such as arbitration or mediation. Finally, Suzanne and Joe will present an overview of other contract-related issues such as defenses and principles of contract interpretation. Learn more and register

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