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Liquidated Damages Clauses in Settlement Agreements
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Liquidated Damages Clauses in Settlement Agreements

The SCCBA Business Law and Litigation Section presents an MCLE Brown Bag:

When: September 3, 2015
Where: SCCBA Seminar & Conference Center
31 North Second Street, 4th Floor
San Jose, California  95113
United States
Presenter: Business Law & Litigation
Contact: SCCBA

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Many settlement agreements contain clauses that increase the balance owed if a breach occurs. However, those liquidated damages clauses may not be enforceable under California law. This seminar describes the clauses in an agreement that may be unenforceable penalty clauses, existing caselaw, the drafting of settlement agreements that address enforcement of liquidated damages clauses and will be of benefit to both litigators and transactional attorneys of all practice levels. 

SCCBA Member: $25
Non-Member: $50
Registration: 11:30 aM
program: 12:00pm -1:00pm

1.0 General Substantive Law


Steven J. Sibley,
DiNapoli & Sibley 

Richard Burt,
Attorney and Counselor at Law 




Parking is available just across the street from the SCCBA at the 3rd Street Parking Garage located between E. Santa Clara Street and St. John Street (SCCBA does not validate). 

Cancellations and refunds will be accepted only 48 hours prior to the event.  

*All seminar materials will be distributed to pre-registrants via email. We will not provide hard copies. If you would like a hard copy of the materials we will provide upon request for a fee o
f $25.00.  


*State Bar of California Approved MCLE: The Santa Clara County Bar Association is a State Bar of California approved MCLE provider.   This program is approved for California MCLE credit.

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