Build confidence around legal terminology and contractual obligations to help protect your commercial interests, assist in contract development and avoid disputes. Better equip yourself to understand the legal advice you receive, interpret it correctly and generate true value for your business. Key Learning Outcomes Examine and address current topical issues in contract law Review statutory and common law obligations that must be incorporated into contracts Develop processes to ensure contract objectives are delivered while mitigating risk Review a select sample of contracts clauses to identify responsibility and liability Implement drafting changes that improve contract clarity and structure Discover how various contract clauses achieve maximum risk management by analysing drafting and testing techniques Understand and initiate a review of contractual governance in your organisation Examine insurance arrangements and indemnities Design effective methods of dispute resolution and documentation collection About the Course First in our contract law series and our CMP certification, this course is designed to address the foundations of contract law in the workplace. Commercial arrangements sealed with signatures or handshakes are part of daily life for most professionals, across all industries and sectors. They remain good business practice because theyre built on enforceable principles of contract law. Yet with vaguely expressed contracts, unclear offers or acceptance, or even with questions of consideration or undue influence, contractual disputes are still common place. This course is an intensely practical two day course that will guide you through the essentials of contract law, exploring such details as when you need a contract, what types of contract exist and the effect of statutory law on your contractual arrangements.
From: September 15, 2014 09:00
To: September 16, 2014 17:00
Informa Australia, Collins Street, 3000, Melbourne, Australia