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Practical Commercial Precedents

Practical Commercial Precedents
Number of volumes: 4
Practice Area:  Commercial Law
ISBN:  9780414095243
General Editor: Daniel Rosenberg
Subscription Information: 4 releases a year, Any Time Start
Format:  Looseleaf, eBook - ProView
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Practical Commercial Precedents sets the standard for drafting commercial contracts and agreements.

It provides all the documents and clauses needed, together with expert advice and guidance to prepare documents for virtually every commercial situation.
Each precedent is supported by a clear explanation from a team of expert contributors, offering guidance on selecting the right document and advising on alternative clauses that might be required to deal with specific situations.

The exhaustive range of precedent documents, detailed information and clear commentary give all the help needed to deal with virtually every conceivable business activity.
  • Contains complete contracts and agreements for commercial activity
  • Offers alternative clauses to cater for specific situations
  • Provides detailed commentary on the meaning and significance of each clause
  • Examines relevant aspects of commercial law and considers the tax and stamp duty implications
  • Each area is compiled by specialists in that field

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Untitled Document General Editor

Daniel Rosenberg
Partner, Charles Russell Speechlys

Editorial Board

Vanessa Barnett
Partner, Keystone Law

John O’Connell
Legal Consultant, OC Private Management LLP

David Marchese
Former Partner, Ince Gordon Dadds LLP

Nick Ralph
Partner, Kingsley Napley

David Vaughan
Partner, Gowling WLG

Volume 1

A: Company Administration
Robin Waghorn

B: Organisation of a Business
Geraldine Caulfield

C: Public Companies
Daniel P Rosenberg,
Charles Russell Speechlys LLP

D: Sale of Shares and Businesses
David Vaughan and Samantha Hacking,
Gowling WLG

Volume 2

E: Employment
Nick Ralph and Nikola Southern,
Partners, Kingsley Napley LLP and Geraldine Caulfield

G: Intellectual Property
Mark Lubbock,
Partner, EIP

H: Computer Contracts
Andrew Joint,
Partner, formerly at Kemp Little LLP, recently moved to Deloitte

Vanessa Barnett,
Partner, Keystone Law

Volume 3

J: Commercial Property Development,
Lawrance Heller,

K: Agency and Distribution,
Richard Christou,

L: Supply of Goods and Services,
David L Marchese,
Former Partner, Ince Gordon Dadds LLP

M: Franchising
John H Pratt,
Partner, Hamilton Pratt

N: Leasing and Hire
Matthew Harvey,
Head of Asset and Receivables Finance, Gowling WLG (UK) LLP

Volume 4

O: Credit and Finance
Andrew Seager,
Solicitor, Taylor Wessing LLP

P: Consumer Credit
Bill McCaffrey,
Partner, Head of Consumer Credit, CMS

Q: Merchandising and Sponsorship
John O’Connell,
Legal Consultant, OC Private Management LLP

R: Private Equity Transactions
Paul Gilks,
Partner, Spencer West LLP

S: Insolvency and Liquidation
Robin Waghorn

T: Sport
John O’Connell,
Legal Consultant, OC Private Management LLP

U: Outsourcing Agreements
Paul O’Hare and Louis Wihl,
Deloitte LLP

V: Media and Entertainment
Ed Baden-Powell,
Partner, Simkins LLP

W: Data Protection
Robert Bond,
Data Protection and Compliance Specialist, Bond & Bond Ltd


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