A two-day no-nonsense plain English practical course to get-to-grips with business and contract law for busy business executives.
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 grasp the impact of current legislation and case law. By the end of the course you will be able to recognise and deal confidently with the risks and benefits of commercial contracts.
Effective contract negotiation
Tools, techniques and terminology when creating a formal contract
Getting to grips with how the law changes what you thought you had agreed to
Managing the contract
Including constructive performance obligations
Bribery and corruption
PRACTICAL DRAFTING EXERCISE
In this session participants will draft contract terms based on the skills and knowledge developed during the day under the guidance of experts
When things go wrong and defences to breach of contract – Limit contractual risk and damages for your organisation
Termination and dispute resolution
The impact of Brexit on business contracts
PRACTICAL DRAFTING EXERCISE
In this session participants will practice drafting contract terms and receive practical advise and guidance of how they can develop in this area.
Some typical agreements
This session will review the terms and conditions of some typical agreements to illustrate how to avoid the legal pitfalls and challenges faced
PRACTICAL WORKSHOP: Drafting and understanding boilerplate clauses
Prof Arun Singh OBE,
International Lawyer & Consultant ,
Arun Singh (Prof) OBE, FRSA is an international lawyer and consultant to an international law firm. He was formerly a partner and Head of Commercial Law at KPMG Legal. Arun is cited and ranked in Chambers Guide of the World's Leading Lawyers.
He concentrates on international investment, joint ventures, licensing of technology, research and development, M&A, energy, outsourcing and corporate governance in developed and emerging markets. He also handles international legal risk management matters.
Arun advises a range of international organisations. He is a Visiting Professor in International Business, Leadership and Negotiations at Salford University Business School, Senior Associate at Oxford University's Institute of Legal Practice and teaches international leadership and negotiations at the University of Cambridge. He has facilitated programmes in Europe, Asia, the Middle East and the U.S.
He is a recognised corporate educator and a non executive director of 4 international investment companies one of which is listed on the London Stock Exchange chairing the Audit Committee and Investment Committee.
Arun's work for SME's and clients such as BA, BP, CMSLegal, Orange, Diageo, KPMG, Motorola includes working with managers on business skills such as leadership, impact and influence, team dynamics, international management negotiations and conflict resolution. He was appointed an OBE by HM the Queen in January 1999 for services to international trade, investment and intercultural management.
Arun is an editor and contributor to a number of publications, including Thorogood's Special Report on Business and Contract Law, facilitator for company programmes and corporate speaker to conferences.
- 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
11 Thurloe Pl,
The Rembrandt Hotel is located at 11 Thurloe Place, London, SW7 2RS. The hotel’s location in central London couldn’t be better, whether you’re travelling for business or leisure. You’ll be right between two of London’s most fashionable areas – South Kensington and Knightsbridge – within walking distance of museums, theatres, Harrods and Hyde Park.
You can hop on the Tube at South Kensington and take the District, Circle or Piccadilly lines direct to the City of London, Heathrow Airport and all other areas of the city. Look out of your window and you may well see the Victoria and Albert Museum – it’s right across the street.