Top 10 Things to Include in Your Exhibitor Contract
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We live in turbulent times, natural disasters, manmade catastrophes, and economic turndowns. The old saying, "an once of prevention is worth a pound of cure", has never been truer. Yet, Exhibitors Contracts, one of the most vitality important tools in your liability prevention arsenal are seldom reviewed or updated, except for cursory date and pricing changes.

It is important to remember, every contract has a limited shelf life. To help you avoid letting your Exhibitor Contract go stale, this session will examine the 10 most important issues you need to address in your Exhibitor's Contract. By drafting or modifying key Exhibitor contract provisions, you can substantially reduce your organization's exposure to unnecessary liability and risks.

Participants will be provided with a better understanding of key legal issues that need to be reviewed, modified or included in today's Exhibitor Contracts. Special focus will be paid to the areas of space allocation and downsizing, Force Majeure/Acts of God, cancellation, third–party and employee liability, insurance, indemnification, dispute resolution and security concerns.

Learner Outcomes:
This session will enable participants to:

  • Have a better understanding of the importance of the 10 key provisions in Exhibitor contracts.
  • More effectively and efficiently review and modify their Exhibitor Contracts.
  • Develop a greater awareness of how to enhance your organization's contractual rights in order to avoid potential liability pitfalls and disputes.


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