CONTRACTS

Well-drafted contracts are essential to successful businesses. They protect your organisation, reduce your exposure to risk, and set clear expectations of you and those you choose to work with.

They can also be complex, detailed and difficult to navigate. If you are wondering about the difference between “best” and “reasonable” endeavours in a contract, how you can make sure your terms are incorporated into a business agreement, or how to terminate a contract if things go wrong, the Thrings team can help.

Here, our commercial law specialists have collected a series of articles and quickfire guides to take you through some of the most common questions and issues – helping you lay foundations for a strong and profitable business.

 

ARTICLES

LIMITATIONS OF LIABILITY IN MY CONTRACT

WHAT DO BEST ENDEAVOURS AND REASONABLE ENDEAVOURS MEAN?

HOW NON-DISCLOSURE AGREEMENTS CAN PROTECT YOUR BUSINESS


Take 5 Guides

When it comes to legal matters around contracts, documents can be lengthy, complicated, and packed with jargon.

At Thrings, we want to provide you with concise advice, in plain English, so you get the right information, right away

Our Take 5 Guides address, in five simple steps, some of the key issues relating to reviewing, agreeing and terminating business contracts.

 

Take Five Guides

Terminating contracts

Incorporating your terms into contracts

Reviewing a contract


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Business Matters is a content hub for owners who need advice on legal issues which may arise at every stage of their business life.

However, we know that nothing is better than discussing these issues face-to-face with a specialist adviser.

If you want to know more about any aspect of business contracts, the Thrings Corporate and Commercial Team will be happy to help.  Or find out a little more about our lawyers below.

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