Protecting price and getting paid

Protecting price and getting paid

If you are selling goods or services, two key commercial aspects of any contract are the price and payment provisions. Whilst it is rare that a supplier actually overlooks to state a price or when it expects to get paid, in a properly written contract there are...
Do you need a written contract?

Do you need a written contract?

The quick answer is, legally, probably not! However, as always with law it’s not quite that simple!   When you need a contract There are certain instances where a written contract is required by law – such as for the sale of property or data processing...
3 reasons to have a contract with a freelancer

3 reasons to have a contract with a freelancer

We don’t like to tell clients “you must have a contract”, although as contract lawyers of course it is something we would recommend! And where you are engaging freelancers there are a few reasons why having a contract is key. Intellectual property rights It is a...
Bloody Contracts and how to read them

Bloody Contracts and how to read them

3 top tips for non lawyers In our last Bloody Contracts blog, we explained that businesses do not have to be beholden to lawyers to deal with contracts. In a subsequent webinar, we gave some insights into how legal systems are set up in larger business to manage risk...