Essential contract law and contract risk management for business
ABOUT THE COURSE
The course is delivered by an expert trainer and commercial solicitor. It is accessible, understandable, practical and commercial, and will demystify contract law, enabling you to put the principles into practice on your return to the office.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
This course is of significant practical use if you are:
Business organisations require a strong understanding of the key principles of contract law. Those entrusted with negotiating and agreeing contracts need the ability to identify and mitigate risks, as well as to ensure that the terms of the contract reflect the deal and will achieve the business’ commercial objectives.
LAW2020 has run this practical, highly interactive and effective training session to delegates from businesses of all sizes, to directors of multinational corporations as well as to sales teams at SMEs. We have also worked with contracting authorities and international corporations around the world.
The course considers and explains best practice in contract negotiation, drafting, management, and termination, and provides delegates with tried and tested techniques to achieve contractual certainty and either successful delivery or effective remedies.
We will also have 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.
BOOKING AND DATES
Next date to be announced
De Vere Venues, Holborn Bars, London
£950 plus VAT
Subject to our terms and conditions
(Note that we also run courses in-house where we can tailor the course to your company's specific requirements and deliver the course to a number of delegates)
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IN HOUSE COURSE?
The rate for an in-house course is £2200 plus vat per day (£4400 should you wish to book the two day course) irrespective of the number of delegates. You might find that this would prove cost effective and we will be able to amend the sessions so that the content meets your specific requirements and is targeted at your particular industry sector.