Negotiating Controversial Clauses and Contentious Seller's Market Conditions By Patrick Simms

Convention center and hotel contracts are evolving documents sensitive to both market conditions and new risks that need to be managed. The anti-discrimination clause is a prominent example.

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Big Box ContractsOctober 1, 2015
The Ins and Outs of Convention Center Leasing Agreements By Patrick Simms

There is room to maneuver when it comes to convention center contracts, and the facilities can be accommodating in view of client value and client relationships.

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Strike a Deal That Gives All Parties a Fair Shake By John Buchanan

Negotiations take on greater significance for planners as a strong seller’s market drives up costs across the board.

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The Tables Have TurnedDecember 1, 2012
Negotiating the Resurgent Seller’s Market By Stella Johnson

For those who engage in contract negotiations by profession, it might seem that an association meeting planner’s job is a dream by comparison. But, not in today’s newly emerging marketplace.

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