Date: 22nd October 2019
Time: 09:00 - 16:45
200 St Vincent Street
CPD Hours: 6hoursFollowing the ‘life-cycle’ of a contract, the conference will explore the key issues in contract drafting, negotiation, management and litigation.
Join us in Glasgow for a comprehensive overview of key issues in core areas of commercial contract law. Whether you are looking to refresh your contract drafting skills or to hear about recent decisions and current developments, this conference is designed to provide you with practical tips and updated guidance through best practice, case law update and specialised insights.
Following the ‘life-cycle’ of a contract, our speakers will offer expert tips for drafting effective agreements; share their expertise for negotiating and managing contracts to mitigate associated risks; update you on the latest relevant cases; and discuss future scenarios in the area of ADR and in the current Brexit landscape.
At the end of each session, you will have the opportunity to join the speakers in the discussion and to ask questions on specific matters affecting your practice.
By attending this conference, you will gain:
- a refresher on good drafting practice to avoid common errors and mitigate risks
- insights into the Scottish Law Commission proposed reform of contract formation and its practical implications
- expert insight into the end LIBOR and its impact on commercial contracts
- practical guidance on how to best manage your contracts to avoid risks and liabilities
- an understanding of the boundaries between competition law, data protection and privacy
- updated knowledge of the latest cases affecting commercial contract and current developments in the area of Alternative Dispute Resolution
"Really informative and engaging"
"Very impressive speakers. Well organised conference."
"Full and detailed course. Ability to gain significant CPD in one session"
"The course was well presented and very infomative"
"Very practical. Good to hear practitioner experience"
"Interesting, informative, varied, relevant"