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Ask The Expert: The IACCM Contracting Principles: improving the quality and speed of negotiations

Published: 11 Jan 2018 Average Rating: 3.9 / 5 Print
 

Author: Sally Hughes, Hal Bretan, Lita Bollimpalli

When did you last review the efficiency of your negotiation process or how balanced your terms and conditions are? Listen to this webinar to find out how the IACCM Contracting Principles are improving the quality and speed of negotiations in the real world.

In an initiative led by the General Counsels of several leading telecommunications companies, IACCM has developed a set of 'Contracting Principles'. These principles are intended as industry guidelines that support the drafting of contract clauses and the negotiation of terms and conditions. The guidelines aim to reduce the need for negotiation and shorten cycle time to signature.

 

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