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Ask the Expert: Damages, Liquidated Damages or Indemnities: How to choose between a rock and a hard place!

Published: 29 Aug 2019 Average Rating: 4.4 / 5 Print
 

Author: Tiffany Kemp

As good commercial citizens of IACCM, we know that the really important part of our contract is the scope and goals. We understand that managing change, through good and effective governance, is far more effective in delivering commercial risk management than the typical 'CYA' approach (check out www.urbandictionary.com for a definition!) of spending months negotiating indemnities.

 

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