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Ask The Expert / Thought-Leadership Webinars Ask The Expert: 'Most Negotiated Clauses' have enduring 'popularity.' Why? Published: 28 Feb 2019 Average Rating: 4.3 / 5 Type: Ask The Expert / Thought-Leadership Webinars IACCM has repeatedly pointed out that we spend most of our negotiating time on clauses that rarely matter. We negotiate terms like indemnity, limit of liability, and warranty almost ad nauseam, but they seldom play a role in actual business relationships. This webinar asks why?
 
Templates IACCM Template: Key Performance Indicators Published: 06 Oct 2016 Average Rating: 2.0 / 5 Type: Templates The contracting process involves a wide variety of activities and a large number of stakeholders. Ensuring speed and consistency is often a problem, but this can be tackled with the help of standard templates.

IACCM offers its members access to a wide range of st...
 
Commitment Matters Blog Reality trumps ambition in contracting Published: 28 Feb 2019 Type: Commitment Matters Blog In recent years, the UK Government has shown tremendous ambition in its efforts to transform the delivery of public services. Today, it offers a salutary tale illustrating the importance of ensuring that vision is tempered by an understanding of reality.
 
Ask The Expert / Thought-Leadership Webinars Ask The Expert: Contractual Awareness, Claims Prevention and Mitigation-What Every Contract Manager Should Know Published: 25 Oct 2018 Average Rating: 4.0 / 5 Type: Ask The Expert / Thought-Leadership Webinars This session addresses Contractual Awareness, Claims Prevention and Mitigation - What Every Contract Manager Should Know.
 
Ask The Expert / Thought-Leadership Webinars Ask The Expert: The APEC Collaborative Framework for Online Dispute Resolution of Cross-border B2B Disputes Published: 15 Nov 2018 Average Rating: 3.8 / 5 Type: Ask The Expert / Thought-Leadership Webinars The panel discusses the APEC Collaborative Framework for Online Dispute Resolution of Cross-border B2B Disputes.
 
Commitment Matters Blog Collaboration is good - but it must be planned Published: 02 Oct 2018 Average Rating: 4.0 / 5 Type: Commitment Matters Blog In recent years, there has been a steady push for increased collaboration. Businesses encourage it both wthin and between functions and with customers and suppliers. A survey by the Financial Times discovered that employers value graduates who have 'the ability to work in ...
 
Articles / White Papers 27 Principles of Negotiating Published: 22 Jan 2018 Average Rating: 4.6 / 5 Type: Articles / White Papers If people ask for something before a contract is signed, it is called negotiating. If they ask for something after a contract is signed, it is called begging. In business, it's better to be a good negotiator than an expert beggar. This concise article covers the basics of ...
 
Ask The Expert / Thought-Leadership Webinars Thought Leadership Webinar - Cooperation in Oil and Gas Industry Contracting Published: 21 Feb 2017 Average Rating: 3.9 / 5 Type: Ask The Expert / Thought-Leadership Webinars In this Thought Leadership Webinar - Cooperation in Oil and Gas Industry Contracting, a thought-provoking and insightful session with Haward Soper, who has decades of experience in the Oil and Gas sector, discusses his current doctoral research.
 
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Anonymous
2019-01-03 10:38:17

ADVICE NEEDED: difficult contract management position - customer & shareholder contracts

Hi, My company outsources key services to another company (Company X). However, we also own a portion of Company X as it was set up as a joint venture. I am the contr...
 
 
 
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Schneider Electric France
2018-06-19 09:17:15

Unanswered claim

What is the best strategy when your claim went unanswered after gently following-up ?
 
 
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CGCL
2018-05-15 13:47:24

Terminating a Contract

We have a contractor for a service and we are looking to part ways with the vendor. The contractor has emailed us and said they are no longer interested in performing ...
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Anonymous
2017-09-24 22:01:31

Failure to implement a variation

Based on the facts, that a VO was agreed for both time, cost and a date for implementation. If the VO was not implemented on the agreed date by a contractor, is the...
 
 
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Anonymous
2017-08-23 09:33:18

CLAIMING FOR WILLFUL MISCONDUCT

Dear House, How can a Party demonstrate WILLFUL MISCONDUCT of the other (defaulting) Party. What are the evidences required to make recovery for damages accruing from ...
 
 
 
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Anonymous
2017-08-01 08:25:41

Best re-negotiation Strategy

I am doing one exercise to review existing Application Maintenance Contract. This exercise is undertaken to identify the areas where Client expects us to put more effo...
 
 
 
 
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Anonymous
2017-04-25 05:14:36

Can Service Provider charge to Customer for efforts spent on submitting rejected Project ?

If Client ask for a project and delivery put some efforts to develop estimation and submit it to client. Client disapprove the Project. In this case can service provid...
 
 
 
 
 
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2016-09-12 11:46:35

Extension of Time and Liquidated Damages on construction contracts

If there are concurrent delay events on a construction project by Employer as well as Contractor,can the contract provision on EOT(Extension of Time) and Liquidated da...
 
 
 
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Bluehaus Group
2016-03-10 07:53:46

Rating...

The rating reflected was a half-star only... which is a mistake... what I meant to rate for this article is 5 star... A great one!
 
 
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