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Ask The Expert / Thought-Leadership Webinars Ask The Expert: How to get really efficient at reviewing contracts! Published: 08 Nov 2018 Average Rating: 4.4 / 5 Type: Ask The Expert / Thought-Leadership Webinars We all have too much to do, and not enough time to do it. Getting through the stack of contracts and mark-ups is a never-ending challenge. Sometimes you wonder if your time is well spent, or if you're just pushing paper.

In this insightful and entertaining web...
 
Commitment Matters Blog Can business ever act morally? Published: 10 Sep 2018 Type: Commitment Matters Blog The Royal Commission on Financial Services in Australia continues to unearth unprincipled and sometimes illegal activity within many of the industries leading players. These include the enormous scale of commissions paid for the sale of useless products.
 
Commitment Matters Blog Compliance and value destruction Published: 20 Mar 2018 Average Rating: 4.5 / 5 Type: Commitment Matters Blog How do we assure Compliance without value destruction? Compliance is important. In any large organization, rules - and clarity over the authority to deviate from them - must be defined. But in today's business environment, where the speed of change is so rapid, how do we e...
 
Ask The Expert / Thought-Leadership Webinars Ask The Expert: Making GDPR work for you - Moving from hype to hope Published: 06 Dec 2017 Average Rating: 4.6 / 5 Type: Ask The Expert / Thought-Leadership Webinars Steve Lawton, Data Protection Officer of FTSE 250 company FDM Group and Mark Darby, Founder of Alliantist, the organization behind ISMS.online take us through Making GDPR work for you - Moving from hype to hope.

With GDPR only 6 months away, this practical webinar...
 
Commitment Matters Blog Commercial Round-Up: Highlights of the Week (April 30 - May 6, 2018) Paying fines, cutting costs and negotiating choice of law Published: 08 May 2018 Type: Commitment Matters Blog This update offers a summary of contracts and commercial news from the last week: April 30 - May 6, 2018.
 
Commitment Matters Blog GDPR: Is Europe crazy? Published: 20 Oct 2017 Average Rating: 4.8 / 5 Type: Commitment Matters Blog At last week's IACCM Americas conference, many delegates were stunned by what they learned about GDPR, the data privacy regulations that the European Union plans to impose from May next year. One observed that this is 'another example of the law operating contrary to r...
 
Articles / White Papers Third party risk and modern slavery - an example in the fishing industry Published: 26 Sep 2018 Average Rating: 3.5 / 5 Type: Articles / White Papers Complex ownership structures can disguise and confuse how entities are connected, but as regulatory bodies around the globe start to crack down on businesses with links to slavery, it is important for your organisation to achieve greater levels of transparency within its suppl...
 
Commitment Matters Blog Making compliance easy Published: 11 Apr 2018 Type: Commitment Matters Blog Non-compliance is risky. It leads to fines, job losses, reputational damage, lost sales. Since it is so important, businesses make substantial investments to reduce the chance of breaches - and of course a major element of those investments is people: reviewers, approvers, aud...
 
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Anonymous
2018-08-09 19:51:57

Bankrupt Customer; Principles Formed a New Company

Happy Thursday Everyone! Hope you are all doing well. Hoping to receive some guidance and speaking points on a request I recieved from my sales folks. We complete...
 
 
 
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Anonymous
2018-06-23 10:10:05

GDPR and its impact on contract terms and conditions

Hi there, My company has recently adopted the necessary measures to meet the new GDPR requirements effective in May 2018 by amending its contracts with our suppliers...
 
 
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Anonymous
2018-01-04 15:04:11

Liability of GDPR consultant

Hello everyone, what is your opinion on shifting the liability for penalties (4% revenue)on external GDPR consultants. I have noticed a lot of companies (usually SMEs)...
 
 
 
 
 
 
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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
2017-03-02 19:40:20

Need information Swiss Contract Law

I need detail reference about Swiss Contract Law. Is there any authentic reference for Swiss Contract Law ?
 
 
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Cobham PLC
2016-08-05 13:07:36

Perpetual software licence for unused software

I have a perpetual right to use someone's software in which I have certain obligations, some of them onerous. If I stop using the software at some point in the future ...
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Anonymous
2014-01-20 06:32:32

FOIA / EIR in International Contracts

As a government body engaging in international (Gov-to-Gov) trade, what is the position on the Environmental Information Regulations 2004 and Freedom of Information Ac...
 
 
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Piotr Powazka
2014-04-09 05:14:07

HP corruption in Poland

With a shame it is about Poland but in a view of recent EU research and IACCM articles on corruption here's the link about corruption in HP Poland. The consequences ar...
 
 
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