Mining Agreements: Managing Risk, Default, Disputes and Differences and Termination (T1007MiningA)

Venue: Traders Hotel Singapore

Location: Singapore, Singapore

Event Date/Time: Nov 24, 2010 End Date/Time: Nov 26, 2010
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Many a manager has been heard to say that the only time he/she reaches for a contract is when something has ‘gone wrong’. Many a contract draftsperson has been advised to start with the default, dispute and disagreement, and termination provisions when drafting a contract because that is where everyone will focus when something has ‘gone wrong’. When something has ‘gone wrong’ is the time the contract comes out of the bottom draw.

The workshop will consider how parties can use contracts to address the situation when something has ‘gone wrong’; to manage risk, to allocate or reallocate risk, to manage default, to facilitate the resolution of or to resolve disputes and differences, and to manage termination of the contract.

Delegates will consider these issues in the context of typical contracts used in the mining industry and particularly contracts that are intended to endure over long periods, such as joint venture agreements, shareholder agreements and long term product sale agreements. Throughout the workshop the trainer will draw on examples from the mining industry and, where possible, those examples will come from the Asia-Pacific region.

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