Renegotiating supply chain contracts

Renegotiating supply chain contracts

COVID-19 has put all supply chains under a lot of strain and every business will know which of its suppliers proved resilient under these trying conditions. With COVID-19 likely to remain a factor for some time, and an uncertain Brexit looming, now is the time to revisit your key relationships to make sure that your business can stand up to the strains of the coming 12 months. We’ll discuss how to successfully manage exit from some contracts, and how your systems can be optimised to secure key relationships as quickly as possible. Speakers: Matthew Hattersley, Commercial and IT: Matthew heads up the Commercial and IT team at Clarion and advises on all aspects of commercial law, including IT, outsourcing, general business contracts, and data protection. He leads major international transactions for large UK businesses, liaising with both the business teams and the in-house legal function to deliver business-focussed solutions. Charlie Smith, Commercial and IT: Charlie deals with a wide range of commercial contracts including all matters relating to supply chain, including logistics operations, distribution arrangements and terms of purchase and sale. Charlie also has considerable experience in outsourcing and has worked on several complex outsourcing projects ranging from HR services, payroll, IT contracts and call centre facilities. Charlie has in-house experience for multiple clients and can also provide training sessions for clients and their business. Charlie has advised clients operating in a number of sectors including branding and design, retail, technology and manufacturing. Rob Stewart, Commercial Dispute Resolution: Rob is an experienced litigator advising clients on a broad range of clients on commercial contractual, financial, trusts, and shareholder/director disputes. He has recently been advising Yorkshire and National businesses on the availability of termination mechanisms, both to allow an early exit from a contract or to hold counterparties to acc

Date and Time

Tuesday, 20 October at 11:00am

Duration

60 minutes

Event Type

Webinar

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