Prestonwood Country Club
300 Prestonwood Parkway,
Overview (Program Summary)
Questions often arise when goods are sold by exchange of forms (such as purchase orders, order confirmations, and invoices) between the buyer and seller. Both the existence and content of the resulting contract are sometimes questioned in such situations. Misunderstandings of this fundamental process can lead to unanticipated – and sometimes unfavorable – results when disputes later arise from the use of competing forms. This presentation is designed to serve as a refresher on the basics of this “battle of the forms” and to provide practical guidance about ways to avoid including unexpected terms in a contract for the sale of goods.
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Laurie Smith Helms is a corporate attorney with Robinson Bradshaw. She brings a broad range of experience to facilitate clients' corporate ventures See her complete bio here.
Mark Hiller is a litigator with Robinson Bradshaw. He helps clients navigate their complex disputes at all stages, from pre-litigation through appeals. See his complete bio here.
David Kimball is a business litigator with Robinson Bradshaw who guides clients through resolving complex disputes. See his complete bio here.
Natalie Gominger is associate general counsel at Xylem, where she serves as the lead attorney for a $1B global business unit. You will find her digging in to fully understand the organization’s advanced technical solutions and customer base, then partnering with internal clients to build strategic legal pathways for growing the business in a risk-balanced manner. Natalie thrives on being a partner, not a roadblock, and enjoys creating an innovative, collaborative and efficient delivery of legal services. She’s also a passionate advocate for diversity, equity and inclusion and co-leads the global Xylem Women’s Network. Natalie earned her law degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and her undergraduate degree from Bucknell University.