Business and Contract Law
The law and regulations governing business and contract law are increasingly complex and now affect all industries and every type of commercial agreement, from entering into a contract to validity of purchase conditions. If you are involved in commercial contracting or dealing with external parties at any level, you need to grasp the practical legal implications of these relationships to ensure you do not expose your organisation to unnecessary risk. You will also need to protect your company from litigation and anticipate legal pitfalls.
This programme combines up-to-date commercial law with practical methods of translating this law into documentation. It identifies and analyses the different types of contract and how the various statutes affect them, ensuring that you fully understand the impact of current legislation and case law, and looks at how Brexit may affect your contracts. By the end of the course you will be able to recognise and deal confidently with the risks and benefits of commercial contracts.Who should attend?
- Contract and commercial managers and engineers
- Sales and marketing managers
- Project and procurement managers
And all those involved in the negotiation, drafting and management of commercial business contracts
Upcoming start dates
3 June, 2024
- Self-Paced Online
12 September, 2024
4 December, 2024
- Self-Paced Online
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Reviews by course attendees
Average rating 4.7
[Arun's] approachable and friendly manner helped involve the group.
Arun was excellent. Clearly very knowledgeable with a good sense of humour. Delivery was thorough and engaging. Top dollar. He kept the pace up, engagement up, and scheduled the...
Overall it was a good webinar for a person that is just starting to deal with contracts.