Organizations should have written agreements with anyone providing content for, or participating in, their virtual presentations. When an organization decides to retain a speaker, it enters into an agreement regarding the presentation. Such contracts establish the organization's rights to the presentation, limit the organization's liability for the material presented, and minimize the risk that the speaker will cancel. But in this electronic age, with webcasts, virtual courses, and other ...

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