How many IT Projects fail due to a breakdown in Supplier Relations?
How many of those issues are caused by contractual disagreements?
BCS Women in partnership with Brodies LLP want to shine a light on the common problems in contract management. Claire Shepherd Malins and Monica Ross, both of legal firm Brodies LLP, will present on managing and avoiding IT disputes, offering invaluable tips and recommendations to help you avoid disputes arising under outsourcing and IT contracts, including:
1.Building the right tools and levers into your contract
2.Case studies – current issues with key clauses
3.Pre-litigation dispute management
4.Effective use of dispute resolution mechanisms
Come along and join us on Tuesday 2nd May to find out more and get answers based on real life experience and best practice to help you develop and maintain effective supplier relationships.
Book your place here: https://events.bcs.org/book/2522
Date: Tuesday 2nd May 2017
Time: 5:30pm for 6:00pm start
Location: Brodies LLP, 110 Queen Street, Glasgow, G1 3BX
Cost: £5 per person [Nibbles and Refreshments provided]
Transport: Minutes away from Queen Street and Central Station and Buchanan Bus Station. Parking available at nearby Buchanan Galleries (standard charges apply)
This event is open to everyone.
About our speakers
Claire Shepherd Malins is a Senior Solicitor in the Commercial Services Division of Brodies LLP. She advises on key legal issues relating to information technology and intellectual property, and has a wide range of experience drafting and reviewing commercial contracts in this area, including IP commercialisation agreements, IT supply agreements, and distribution and licensing agreements.
Monica Ross is a Senior Solicitor in the Dispute Resolution and Litigation department of Brodies LLP, working between Glasgow and Edinburgh. She specialises in commercial litigation, with a particular focus on IT disputes, and assists clients with successfully resolving these, either through litigation or alternative dispute resolution such as mediation.
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