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common contractual pitfalls and what you can do to avoid them

11 March 2020

Don’t wait for problems to arise before looking at the robustness of your contractual terms and conditions.

During this short webinar Chloe Poskitt, Richard Nicholas and Amba Griffin-Booth deconstruct the most typically occurring contractual disputes (including termination, affirmation and misrepresentation) and share their ideas of what you should look for and what you should do to try to avoid these costly issues affecting your business.

 

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Richard Nicholas

Richard Nicholas

Partner and Responsible for In House Lawyers

Richard specialises in commercial, IT and outsourcing agreements, complex projects for private and public sector clients, collaboration, distribution & agency contracts, e-commerce and consumer law.

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Chloe Poskitt

Chloe Poskitt

Senior Associate

Chloe Poskitt specialises in commercial litigation including contractual claims, warranty claims, misrepresentation claims, supplier and consumer disputes, insolvency matters and breaches of restrictive covenants.

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Amba Griffin-Booth

Amba Griffin-Booth

Associate

Amba is an Associate in our Commercial Disputes Resolution team specialising in contentious matters and assists on a broad range of disputes for companies in the energy, retail, technology and insurance sectors as well as advising local authorities, education institutions and NHS trusts.

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