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Alisha R. Bloom to co-present “Contract Drafting Essentials: Structuring, Analyzing, and Interpreting Business Agreements” webinar for Strafford

On October 26, 2021, attorney Alisha R. Bloom will co-present a webinar on “Contract Drafting Essentials: Structuring, Analyzing, and Interpreting Business Agreements” for Strafford. The ninety-minute webinar, offered for 1.5 hours of CLE credit, will guide business counsel on identifying and avoiding potentially costly pitfalls in drafting contracts. Ms. Bloom and her co-presenter, Pia Owens, will offer best practices for structuring, analyzing, and interpreting business agreements. This authoritative panel will review fundamental but often overlooked skills essential to drafting contracts. The panel will explain how to draft contract provisions to reduce costs and risks for businesses.

Register for the webinar or find out more on Strafford’s website.

Alisha R. Bloom to present “Econ 101 of E-book Pricing” workshop at NECRWA’s 2019 Conference in Burlington, MA

On April 27, 2019, attorney and former economist Alisha R. Bloom, Esq. will present a workshop titled “Econ 101 of E-book Pricing” at the New England Chapter of the Romance Writers of America’s 2019 conference. The workshop applies basic economic concepts to e-books in an easy-to-understand lesson that can help authors choose pricing strategies. Topics to be discussed include consumer demand and how changes in price affect demand; the ways e-books are different from experiences and tangible products; and how psychology may influence pricing decisions. Attendees will leave with pricing strategy ideas they can tailor to their individual circumstances and goals.

Register for the conference or find out more on NECRWA’s website.

 

Alisha R. Bloom to co-present “Drafting More Effective Contracts” seminar at MCLE in Boston

On March 7, 2019, attorney and mediation professor Alisha R. Bloom will co-present a seminar on “Drafting More Effective Contracts” at the MCLE Conference Center in Boston. The three-hour seminar will provide the competitive edge that all transactional attorneys need. Learn about best practices in drafting and negotiating processes, key terms and conditions, and common pitfalls. Hear what clients expect from outside counsel during negotiations and in codifying deals. Learn how to make the most effective use of current technologies. Hear the faculty explain tried-and-true techniques to remove impasses and discuss the ins-and-outs—from the initial email to final executable—using practical, modern-world examples and critical analysis. In a competitive, increasingly digitized environment with limited resources, the lawyer who efficiently strikes an effective balance between achieving the right level of contractual protection and negotiating to reflect their clients’ risk-tolerance is most likely to be repeatedly engaged. Bring your questions!

Register for the seminar or find out more on MCLE’s website.

 

Alisha R. Bloom to present “Econ 101 of E-book Pricing” workshop at RWA’s national conference in Denver

On July 20, 2018, attorney and former economist Alisha R. Bloom will present a workshop at the Romance Writers of America’s national conference titled “Econ 101 of E-book Pricing.” The workshop applies basic economic concepts to e-books in an easy-to-understand lesson that can help authors choose pricing strategies. Topics to be discussed include consumer demand and how changes in price affect demand; the ways e-books are different from experiences and tangible products; and how psychology may influence pricing decisions. Attendees will leave with pricing strategy ideas they can tailor to their individual circumstances and goals.

Register for the conference or find out more on RWA’s website.