Key Mistakes with Agency Contracts

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Don’t leave your agency exposed to unexpected liabilities!

  • Understand how contracts put you at risk.

  • Learn key provisions to include.

  • Gain essential information that will help you protect yourself and the agency in the future.



Learn how to manage the legal risks across the marketing supply chain and establish agency risk-mitigation policies and procedures.

What Will You Learn

  • How to avoid risk in your contracts
  • Which legal provisions need to be included
  • How to protect yourself and the agency if something goes wrong

Who Should Attend

  • Junior to Mid-Level Advertising Professionals


  • 60 minutes

Course Description

Agency contracts can leave the agency exposed to unexpected liabilities. Learn the key provisions of client-agency agreements as well as contracts with freelancers, vendors and suppliers to uncover effective strategies for limiting agency exposure to unnecessary legal and financial risks. This course will empower you to take care of yourself and your agency through the use of better contracts and correct provisions!

About the Thought Leader


  James W. Pharo has worked in the marketing communications industry for 25 years, providing legal and business affairs advice 
  to a variety of agencies, clients and service providers. A magna cum laude graduate of Cardozo School of Law, Jim joined
  Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton upon graduation. He later joined American Express, where he was appointed that company’s
  first global advertising counsel, responsible for all aspects of the company’s marketing and advertising legal work. Jim then
served as counsel to Hall Dickler, before joining Y&R full time, with responsibilities for global IP issues as well as major
  domestic, international and global agency-client agreements. 

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