Recent Developments in English Contract Law: Pitfalls that you will want to avoid

10/14/2009

Technology Transactions, Outsourcing, Communications Service + Technology | Europe, and Outsourcing | Europe

London

Alistair Maughan

Alistair Maughan

Seminar

Lorna O'Neill
loneill@mofo.com
+44 207 920 4007

Recent Developments in English Contract Law: Pitfalls that you will want to avoid

Have you been granting guarantees without realising it? Have your agreements been executed properly? Are you sure about the extent of your termination rights?

When you are dealing with complex legal issues every day, it can be easy to overlook the more straight forward points. In this breakfast seminar, we will highlight how developments in basic contract law can lead to unanticipated and serious problems. We will frame the discussion by reference to a seemingly innocuous sample IT services agreement and point out:

  • common drafting errors that can undermine the parties' intentions; and
  • simple aspects of execution and implementation on which the parties could easily trip up.

Designed for in-house lawyers and other contract professionals, the seminar will be introduced by Alistair Maughan, Partner, and speakers will include Tim Roughton and Anthony Nagle, both Of Counsel.

To register, click here.

Morrison & Foerster (UK) LLP (Authorisation Number 3538/MOFO) certifies that this activity has been approved for CPD credit by the Solicitors Regulation Authority for the amount of 1.5 hours.

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