Drafting Commercial Agreements Sweet Maxwell
It also includes changes to UK competition law, including the new legal framework under the Business Reform and Regulation Act 2013 and its impact on mergers, acquisitions, anti-competitive agreements and anti-competitive tort, the UK`s current position on damages for breach of the Competition Act, 1998 (as discussed in Devenish v Sanofi-Aventis and Albion Water v Dwr Cymru Cyfyngedig) and the latest position on Lan agreements that have been subject to competition law since 2010. Richard Christou is a corporate advisor to Fujitsu Ltd and has extensive experience in designing, advising and negotiating commercial contracts. Richard regularly lectures and presents at events and conferences and has written many other titles, including Boilerplate Practical Clauses, International Agency, sales and licensing agreements, sale and delivery of goods and services. The preparation of commercial contracts provides practical instructions for the preparation and negotiation of legal documents relating to commercial relations. It covers any type of business agreement that general business lawyers may face and covers a wide range of agreement precedents ranging from the provision of goods and services to technology licensing, joint ventures, agencies and distribution. Detailed design and negotiation advice accompanies each precedent. Westlaw UK`s smart navigation, links to primary law and powerful features combined with the expertise of our book portfolio give you a seamless, consistent and integrated search experience whenever you need to refer to the text. This title is also available on Westlaw UK, allowing you to access it anywhere and anytime. Online access to the books you trust on Westlaw UK can take the way you work with the commentary and instructions you`ll find in the wide range of our titles to a whole new level. Call 0800 028 2200, email firstname.lastname@example.org or contact your account manager for more information.
For the 5th edition of trade draft agreements, comments and precedents have been updated to reflect current legislation, jurisprudence and practice. In particular, the fifth edition took into account the following new developments:. . . . . .