Contract Law 2018 – this is an ideal seminar for those wishing to increase their understanding of the fundamentals of contract law, and understand and improve the contracts they negotiate and manage
19 Sep 2018
& 28 Feb 2019 , 25 Sep 2019
Business contracts provide key protection for businesses and institutions. This course ensures delegates learn all the main issues relevant to contracts, their formation, operation and termination. Delegates will learn the contract law jargon and improve their ability to negotiate clauses effectively with their contracting parties. Whether supplying or buying goods, services or intellectual property, those involved with contracts will gain the necessary knowledge of the law needed in this field.
Brexit and contracts
Anti-Corruption and Bribery Act clauses for contracts
Warranties and obligations
Liability and its limitation
Practical exercises – Liability
Intellectual property rights
Termination and management of contracts
Final Q&A session
Susan Singleton is a solicitor with her own London solicitor’s firm, Singletons, which specialises in competition law, intellectual property and commercial law, both non-contentious and contentious. Until 2016 she was Vice Chairman of the Competition Law Association and author of 30 law books. She advises a wide range of UK and international clients including in the pharmaceutical sector. The 4th edition of her book on Commercial Agency Agreements was published in 2015. After working as a solicitor at London law firms Slaughter and May and Bristows, she founded her own law firm. She brought the first action for damages for breach of the competition rules to reach an English court (Arkin v Borchard Lines) and in 2015 was involved in litigation for clients in both the CJEU and UK in relation to challenges to EU and UK tobacco legislation. She advises lots of clients in particular about EU competition law and selective distribution agreements including in the pharma/ veterinary sectors, both for parallel importers and for brand owners. She is editor of the looseleaf Kluwer’s Comparative Law of Monopolies. In 2015-16 she was heavily involved in litigation before the English courts and CJEU in litigation relating to EU and UK legislation in the tobacco sector and in 2017 won damages for a client in trade infringement litigation (IPEC)
Susan Singleton is a solicitor with her own London firm, Singletons, which specialises in competition and commercial law. After training at Nabarro, Susan joined Slaughter and May’s EC/Competition Law Department on qualifying, moving to Bristows until founding her own niche solicitor’s firm. Since then she has advised over 900 clients, including many leading plcs in a very wide range of industries. According to the Chambers and Partners Legal Directory, she is one of the UK’s leading lawyers and is very well known in the field of ecommerce, IT and internet law. She is author of over 30 law books on topics such as internet and ecommerce law, competition law, commercial agency law, data protection legislation and intellectual property and writes legal articles monthly for IT Law Today and other publications. She also regularly updates legal sections of legal publications for CCH/Kluwer publishers – Corporate Governance, Company Secretary’s Factbook and Corporate Practice Service as well as Accountants’ Legal Service (Bloomsbury), and writes a bi-monthly column in CCH’s Business News. Susan serves on the EC/Laws Committee of the Licensing Executives Society. Until 2016 she was Vice Chairman of the Competition Law Associate and served on the Contracts Group of CIPS.
|19 Sep 2018|
|19 Sep 2018||Rembrandt Hotel, London||GBP 699.00
+ VAT @ 20.00%
Please note: this event is being organised by our training partner Management Forum; clicking Enrol will take you to management-forum.co.uk to complete your purchase.
|28 Feb 2019|
|28 Feb 2019||Cavendish Hotel, London||GBP 699.00
+ VAT @ 20.00%
|25 Sep 2019|
|25 Sep 2019||Venue not yet confirmed||
+ VAT @ 20.00%