Managing your commercial contracts in a time of rising costs
Thursday 20th, April 2023
11:00 - 12:00

Managing your commercial contracts in a time of rising costs

Managing your commercial contracts in a time of rising costs

Please join us for a webinar exploring the impact of rising costs on your supply chain / commercial contracts.

Topics Covered:

  • Approach to new contracts – how might this impact entry into new contracts? How might cost risk sharing be dealt? What are we seeing and what are the risks?
  • Existing Contracts –To what extent is a renegotiation of existing contracts possible, and what should you be mindful of in doing so.
  • Termination of Contracts and Disputes – is it possible? With what consequences?


Kris Kelliher, Partner, Real Estate & Projects

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, catering contracts, joint venture agreements, outsourcing contracts care and support contracts and framework agreements for various works, services and supplies.  He has acted on numerous major social infrastructure projects in the housing, care and education sectors which has entailed drafting, negotiating and advising on all aspects of the project documentation. He also provides on-going advice and assistance with numerous post-contract issues including variations, novations and complex contractual disputes.

Joanna Bouloux, Solicitor, Real Estate & Projects

Joanna advises on corporate matters such as joint ventures, LLP agreements, acquisitions and disposals, private investments, reorganisations and a variety of other company and partnership issues. She also advises on commercial matters including master service agreements and service level agreements in respect of IT/telecommunications, standard and bespoke terms and conditions, privacy policies and confidentiality agreements.

Pauline Lépissier, Solicitor, Litigation & Dispute Resolution

Pauline advises on a wide range of disputes, including contractual claims, PFI issues (primarily facilities management contracts regarding matters such as performance deductions, unavailability, disputes between subcontractors), prison law, regulatory investigations, IT disputes, fraud, insurance disputes and asset recovery. Pauline has acted in numerous inquests, primarily for former members of the military. Pauline acts for a wide range of clients including private companies, Registered Providers, individuals and regulators.

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