The Canadian Institutes Manging Risks in Carriage of Goods Contracts

Venue: Metropolitan Hotel

Location: Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Event Date/Time: Apr 22, 2010 End Date/Time: Apr 23, 2010
Early Registration Date: Mar 25, 2010
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Poorly Drafted Cargo Agreements and an Incomplete Legal Understanding of Transportation Issues Can Expose You to Increased Liability, Costly Mistakes and Litigation. How do You Plan to Deal with These Risks in This Economy?

The current post-credit crunch and the many domestic and international legislative developments on the horizon are having a major effect on cargo operations. Now more than ever, it is critical that you have a thorough understanding of compliance requirements, legal changes and the risks involved in cargo operations.

This intensive two-day conference on Managing Risks in Carriage of Goods Contracts has been specifically designed to provide you with winning tools and strategies to bullet proof your agreements. Attend this unique and timely event to learn how to minimize legal and transactional risks that can occur in even the most efficient cargo operations. Strengthen your drafting skills and discover how to overcome risks that can arise from negotiating clauses in agreements to pitfalls in obtaining effective insurance coverage to issuing liens.

Incomplete knowledge can lead to costly expenditures, delays, monetary losses and diminished credibility affecting your cargo operations and profitability. Protect yourself and your operations with the skills and knowledge gained at this event. Meet with leading legal and industry professionals and receive essential information and critical updates on hot topics of importance, including:

Protecting your interests from liability loopholes in legislation and insurance policies

Maximizing your protection when involved in dangerous goods transportation operations

Top tips for ensuring compliance with various regulatory requirements

Overcoming cabotage challenges by drafting effective key clauses

Avoiding common pitfalls from unclear or incomplete Services and Chartering Agreements

PLUS! Whether you are interested in entering this field or need a refresher, take advantage of our pre-conference workshop on Fundamentals of Maritime Carriage of Goods in Canada.