Whether you’re looking at outsourcing, putting in place terms and conditions or involved in manufacturing, supply and logistics, strong commercial agreements need to be in place.
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Our experience tells us that successful agreements, particularly concerning outsourced services, depend on a complex balance between planning, accurate scoping and business analysis, day-to- day governance, flexibility, acceptable costs and incentivisation. That they are grounded in the development of strong, collaborative commercial relationships and innovation.
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Legal business DWF has appointed corporate partner Ben Constance to its Singapore office as the business continues to grow its presence in the Asia Pacific region. Ben joins from Taylor Wessing, where he headed the Dubai corporate team.
In this article, we look at the implementation of The Business Contract Terms (Assignment of Receivables) Regulations 2018, which aim to remove the contractual barrier to invoice financing faced by many businesses.
The English Court of Appeal has rejected a £34.5m warranty claim because the claimant party failed to comply with the procedural requirements specified in the share purchase agreement.
Date: 8 February 2017
We look at a recent Information Commissioner case to explain how contractual terms may not protect you from regulatory action when using using third party lists in direct marketing and the checks companies should carry out to reduce the risk.
In this article we consider the impact of the Brexit debate on certain key provisions in English law loan documentation.
It is important that marketing departments are aware of the relevant laws of the country to which they direct their campaigns to ensure compliance under the relevant law(s). The laws of the Republic of Ireland in relation to running competitions are different to the UK (England, Wales and Scotland) and NI and tend to be more restrictive.