Laura is a commercial contracts attorney who helps clients with agreements to buy, sell, and license products and technology. Laura spent 10 years as a technology transactions lawyer at firms including Morrison & Foerster’s San Francisco, Hong Kong, and Singapore offices. She then spent 14 years in-house attorney at energy and technology companies, with her last role as a commercial contracts attorney at Tesla. She started her law firm Laura Frederick Law [http://www.laurafredericklaw.com] in January 2019 to provide businesses with a practical and experienced legal support for their vendor contracts. Laura received her B.A. in International Economics from George Washington University in 1990 and her J.D. on a full-ride merit scholarship from Emory University School of Law in 1993. After law school, she was selected as a Fulbright Scholar and studied international commercial dispute resolution at the University of British Columbia School of Law in Vancouver, Canada.
Ethics and compliance concerns pervade today’s business world. Companies worry about everything from conflicts of interest to ethics to anti-bribery. Because of their importance, it is critical that we properly address compliance in our contracts. Everyone who works with contracts needs to know what compliance provisions should say and how to negotiate them.
Precise and clear price and payment contract provisions are critical to the success of every commercial deals. While most attorneys and professionals have no problems drafting simple price and payment provisions, they may find themselves challenged when the terms and issues become more complex.
In this on-demand webinar, our host Laura Frederick speaks with Raella Dyke, Deal Support Lead, Cybersecurity Governance, Risk & Compliance at HP, and Carlyn Epstein, Corporate Counsel at The Clorox Company.