We’re delighted to be hosting a hybrid session in London with Edwin Peel (author, professor at Keeble College and a Barrister), a renowned expert in commercial contract law for our In-House Lawyers Programme. The event will be in-person and via live stream. Please register your interest for the most convenient option for you. For everyone […]
We’re delighted to be hosting one of two sessions in Oxford with Edwin Peel (author, professor at Keeble College and a Barrister), a renowned expert in commercial contract law for our In-House Lawyers Programme. The session will discuss case law over the past 6-12 months affecting commercial contracts offering valuable insights and practical knowledge to […]
As the conflict in Ukraine continues, we have prepared a summary of the impact of the sanctions against Russia and Belarus upon businesses in the following Q&A. How might the imposition of sanctions affect my business? Whilst blanket trade embargos or countrywide sanctions might come to mind (such as those that the US has […]
As the situation in Ukraine intensifies following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine on 24th February 2022 and the humanitarian crisis deepens, the US, UK and EU have adopted further sanctions against Russia and Belarus. Russia has already been the subject of sanctions for many years – a suite of measures, including asset freezes, trade restrictions and […]
Last updated 15:00, 8 February 2022 Transport and haulage is an area in which the UK-EU Trade and Cooperation Agreement (TCA) was keenly awaited, given the critical nature of movement of goods and people between the UK and the EU at the end of the Brexit transition period. Since the TCA was concluded, it has helped to […]
In The impact of Brexit on commercial contracts Part 2: what contractual protection to consider we looked at how businesses might use their contracts to protect themselves against the effects of the uncertainty created by various aspects of Brexit. However, although contractual protections are clearly important, one lesson that many businesses have learned in the wake […]
The next webinar in our Coronavirus Hub series will look at managing your contracts with customers and suppliers to best protect your business. This is always an important consideration, but is becoming increasingly so, given the difficult conditions businesses are currently facing, and recent developments in legislation and guidance. What the session will deliver? Professional […]
Last updated: 11:50, 6th October 2020 Managing your contracts so as to best protect your business is always an important consideration, but even more so in the context of the Coronavirus pandemic and the difficult conditions businesses find themselves operating in. This can include measures such as carrying out due diligence on contracting parties to […]
As lockdown continues for an unknown duration, the commercial world is starting to look beyond managing the immediate impacts of the Coronavirus outbreak and is turning its mind towards planning for the future. Across a range of sectors, businesses are thinking about the longer-term picture and how to protect their businesses in a world that […]
In addition to the general challenges around supply chain contracting discussed in our Commercial contracts and supply chain FAQ, the additional overlay that the public procurement rules introduce can provide further complication when dealing with public sector customers, including the NHS. In these FAQs we look at how Government is dealing with the impact of the […]
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