contract planning

5 Tips for Reviewing Supplier Contracts

September 27, 2018

The holiday season is over and, although it’s unseasonably warm at present, it will very soon be time to get out your scarves and hats and make yourself a hot chocolate. In addition, now is the ideal time to give your supplier contracts some much needed TLC before the festive season kicks in with help from our 5 helpful supplier contract tips. Last week we provided ...

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What you need to know about contacting customers post GDPR

July 3, 2018

Now the dust has settled a little around GDPR, here at LawBite we are frequently asked about how businesses can continue to contact their customers in the post-GDPR world. When considering what is ok within GDPR, it is important to consider why you are making the contact- perhaps marketing, maybe to inform your customers about some changes to your services, or possibly you need information for legal or regulatory pur...

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Do I have a contract in place?

June 12, 2018

Often within business, owners, management and employees are faced with the question: “Do we have a contract in place?” For example, you may have a dispute with your customer or supplier, or questions have been raised about your role in a particular business relationship (such as the scope of works agreed), volumes and description of produ...

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Why do you need business contracts reviewed?

June 28, 2017

Your business contracts should act in your best interests and if you don’t review them regularly they can quickly become outdated. When this happens you can find yourself unprotected in terms of litigation, loss of revenue and reputational damage. Your business contracts should be ‘fit for purpose’ at all times so build in contract reviews at regular intervals to ensure that your contracts work for you and not against you.

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