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WORKSHOP AT OUR CLIENT
02 December 2016
Introduction of a new contract template - In strong cooperation with our Client our Law Firm developed a new supply contract template which will be used by our Client for domestic supplies. Our goal was to draft a contract which is easy to use but gives a wide range of legal protection to our Client’s business.
In order to improve the understanding of the Client’s competent team, we made a workshop about the new contract.
After a short presentation, the team had the opportunity to ask questions on how to use the new contract in practice. As the result of our meeting we discussed additional plans on how to redraft other contracts.
We hope that the workshop facilitated the Client’s team the usage of the new contract. For our Firm, the meeting was extremely useful as the questions and comments of the team helped us to understand our Client’s needs even better.
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