Rising or uncertain costs have been a concern for many organisations. Our commercial, procurement and dispute resolution experts will provide some insight into how in-house lawyers can manage their organisation’s contracts in these circumstances. This webinar will cover how to get the drafting right in new contracts and to what extent are renegotiation or termination possible.
Pauline advises on a wide range of disputes, including contractual issues, PFI disputes (primarily facilities management contracts regarding issues such as performance deductions, unavailability, disputes between subcontractors), regulatory investigations, IT disputes, fraud, insurance disputes, debt recovery, defamation, partnership disputes, and prison law. Pauline acts for a wide range of clients including private companies, Registered Providers, individuals and regulators.
Kris has extensive experience of negotiating, drafting, reviewing and reporting on all forms of commercial contracts including maintenance and facilities management contracts, supply and distribution contracts, energy contracts, ICT contracts, catering contracts, joint venture agreements, outsourcing contracts care and support contracts and framework agreements and terms of business for various works, services and supplies.
Joanna specialises in advising on a range of corporate and commercial work including joint ventures, acquisitions and disposals, IT and commercial contracts.
Joanna has a particular focus on joint ventures in the real estate sector which ranges from advising housing association clients to developers and local authorities.
Joanna also advises on a wide range of IT contracts, regularly advising both suppliers and customers of IT solutions. She regularly drafts and negotiates both standard terms and bespoke agreements, support and managed service agreements. In addition, she provides commercial and IT support on wider corporate transactions.
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