Business Contract Law for Non-Lawyers
50% discount for Birchwood clients
Contracts are significant assets of a business. They can also be significant liabilities. In order to work well and achieve the business’ commercial objectives, contracts should be clear and understandable, and drafted in a way that is concise and certain. If they are not, disputes can and do arise that may prove extremely costly in time, money and lost business.
This two-day course in central London, scheduled for dates in May, July and August, is delivered by a practising commercial lawyer with nearly 25 years’ experience in training non-lawyers and lawyers in contract law. The course deals with key risk areas and identifies simple and straightforward steps to manage risk whilst negotiating and during the life of the contract.
The course considers:
- What are the risks when contracting and how do we mitigate them?
- When do we enter into legally-binding relationships?
- What are the risks pre-contract?
- What are the key clauses of a contract?
- What should the contract contain to achieve the commercial objectives?
- How can we avoid common mistakes?
The course is interactive and effective with time for questions and discussion to ensure that any particular issues and queries that you may have, and that may be specific for your industry, are addressed.
For more details about the course and LAW2020, see http://www.outcome.training/contract-law.html
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Or phone: 07957 559299