This briefing takes into account relevant legislation and case law. For all points of the law and critical distinctions, you will find crystal-clear explanations and guidelines, and a host of case studies illustrating the law and its application.
When you sit down to draft a contract today you have to think of so many issues.
One example is that more cases are now being argued with reference to the Human Rights Act: how might your contract be interpreted in the light of it and what are the dangers of infringing it?
The distinction between exclusions of liability and limits of liability can also cause problems. As can the difference between best endeavours and reasonable endeavors. These and many other vital questions are all covered in this expert briefing.
This briefing takes into account all the latest legislation and case law and highlights best practice drafting techniques. You will also find crystal-clear explanations and guidelines to a host of case studies illustrating the law and its application.
This briefing will help you:
|Commercial and legal objectives of contracts|
Parties and interests in the contract
Planning the contract
Valid and invalid contract terms
Specific contract clause content
Legal risk management
Rachel Burnett runs her own IT legal services firm, which specialises in all IT-related agreements: IT services, products and systems, data and information provision, e-commerce, copyright licensing and assignment. Before her legal career, Rachel was an IT professional in system development and project management. Rachel is an associate lecturer and regional manager with the Open University, and is an experienced presenter both in the UK and abroad, delivering courses which focus on the practical application in business law, intellectual property and information technology.
This course qualifies for the following CPD programmes: