Dispute Avoidance in Manufacturing
Time: 11:00 am - 12:00 am
Location: Zoom Webinar
Have you ever had a legal dispute with an employee; union; supplier; customer; competitor; or distributer? Do you have solid contracts in place that you are CONFIDENT will stand up in court to protect your business? Do you know how to avoid disputes escalating to the contractual fine print?
Unless you have unlimited access to a legal expert, it probably feels like your dispute handling procedures and documentation will not get truly tested until its too late. Which would cause considerable strain and stress on all involved.
“Intellectuals solve problems, geniuses prevent them” – Albert Einstein.
Become one of the geniuses in the room at this free online event and gain genuine guidance on how to avoid legal disputes in manufacturing and steer clear of common pitfalls in your contractual documentation.
Dispute Avoidance in Manufacturing – contracts, common pitfalls and avoiding commercial disputes | 23rd February 2022 | 11:00am – 12:00 noon | Zoom Webinar | Irwin Mitchell
This session we will explore:
- Discuss the key risk areas for disputes in the manufacturing sector;
- Consider contractual documentation often used by the sector and provide practical tips about how to better risk proof your contracts;
- Look at common pitfalls and consider what can be done to limit the risk of disputes;
- Discuss practical ways of managing disputes commercially; and
- Look at upcoming legislative and societal changes which will impact disputes in the sector in the future.
Who will be delivering the webinar?
The session will be delivered by Irwin Mitchell’s Head of Manufacturing and Commercial Disputes Partner, Dorrien Peters, Commercial Disputes Partner, Katie Byrne and Commercial Disputes Solicitor, Chloe Eyre. Dorrien has an engineering background and considerable experience of working in the industry.
The legal team regularly advises clients about risk management and dispute avoidance strategies and have many clients in the manufacturing sector.
How to Join us for this Virtual Meeting
At the Manufacturers Alliance, we will be supporting the facilitation of the event and will deliver in our usual interactive style. This event is exclusive to manufacturers in the North West of the UK and Wales.
If you would like to join us for this virtual meeting, please register via the the form below.