Can emails be binding? Join business law attorney, Phillip Oswald as he discusses the legal effects of today’s most common form of business communication.
In today’s technological business world, communicating via email is a common everyday practice. Some people may send close to 100 emails every day, while others may even send well over 100 per day. Since emails have become a part of business as usual, courts have begun to hear and decide disputes regarding them. These disputes could involve when someone can be legally bound to a promise or statement that is made in an email. This seminar, lead by Phill Oswald, will provide the business owner, manager, and/or employee with the knowledge that is necessary to quickly analyze whether or not their emails can be held against them and to what extent those emails may affect their legal rights and/or obligations. If you conduct any of your business through email this is a seminar you do not want to miss.
Where: The Chamber of Southern Saratoga County | 58 Clifton Country Road, Suite 102 | Clifton Park, NY 12065
When: April 11, 2018 | 4:00pm-6:00pm
Registration Fee: Chamber Members $30.00 | General Admission $55.00
Register at southernsaratoga.org