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TOPICS TO BE COVERED AT THIS SEMINAR:
- Contracts fundamentals
- Protecting your position – liability and exclusion – latest cases
- Anti-corruption and Bribery Act clauses for contracts
- Warranties and guarantees
- Obligations and rights
- Managing contracts and contract termination in a tough economic climate
- Draft Consumer Rights Bill
- Review of recent case law
Susan Singleton – Singletons
WHY YOU SHOULD ATTEND
- Understand the contracts you manage
- Decrease reliance on external lawyers
- Reduce your risk
- Avoid expensive legal proceedings
- Tighten up your contract clauses
- Learn the latest case law and best practice on contracts and contract management
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
- Procurement Managers/Purchasing Managers
- In-house Lawyers
- Company Secretaries
- Trainee Solicitors
- Contract Managers
- Business Development Managers
- Others whose work regularly bring them into contact with contracts
This one-day seminar is designed to help you deal with the difficult people in your working life – the people, particularly colleagues, who can be a minor irritant or make your working day a misery.
By the end of the course you will have:
• Considered why people are difficult
• Acquired hints and tips on how to deal with the dominators, the manipulators, the negatives and the obstacles
• Analysed the attributes needed for dealing with difficult people and acquired some damage limitation strategies
• Practised good questioning and listening techniques
• Developed a plan to cope with your own difficult people
Effective delegation can be a valuable skill to master as it can not only help increase your productivity, but also help develop and motivate your team. This interactive course will examine the key principles of effective delegation and provide you with the essential tools you need to delegate well.
- Understand what Delegation Means
- Why can Delegation be Difficult?
- Learn How to Delegate Efficiently
- Explore Delegation and Motivation
- Discuss Guidelines for Delegation – A Planned Approach
- Discuss Effective Feedback after a Task has been Completed
Topics covered at this seminar:
R&D sponsorship and collaboration agreements
EU framework consortium agreements
Other types of academic and commercial research collaborations and joint ventures
Legal structures for multi-party collaboration
Core drafting issues
Competition law and other legal issues
Case studies and drafting exercises
WHO SHOULD ATTEND ?:
• Contracts Managers
• Technology Transfer Managers
• Lawyers (both in-house and external)
• Patent Attorneys
• Others who are involved in the negotiation, drafting and management of R&D agreements
AN INTERACTIVE SEMINAR COVERING:
• Three core approaches to negotiation
• Non-verbal signals: reading the signs
• What if I can’t see you? Negotiating successfully when you’re not face- to -face
• Planning for an important negotiation
• Real-world’ negotiation exercises: in a constructive, friendly but challenging environment
• Understand you own attitudes and behaviour in negotiations
• Negotiating with difficult people: insight and practical techniques
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
• Legal Advisors
• Contract Managers
• R&D Managers
• Business Development Managers
• IP Managers
• Patent Attorneys
• Others who work involves complex legal and/or commercial negotiations
MBL Seminars Limited
Course Level: Intermediate Introduction This essential half-day course provides a comprehensive update of all aspects of UK and EU competition law as they apply to intellectual property. Intellectual property lawyers...
TOPICS COVERED AT THIS SEMINAR:
- Working with defined terms such as ‘Licensed Product’ and ‘Valid Claim’
- Financial terms including royalties, offsets and milestones
- Misuse of confidential information and Intellectual Property Termination
- Analyse and discuss the key aspects of patent/know-how licences and R&D collaborations by registering for this one day seminar.
- You will assess the areas where things can and do go wrong, as well as learning how to avoid pitfalls using clauses which have been the subject of actual disputes.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
Patent Attorneys, Lawyers, Contract Managers, Technology Transfer Managers, other involved in patent/ know-how licences and R&D collaborations.
The programme will involve practical exercises using a draft agreement to exemplify the points discussed.
MBL Seminars Limited
Course Level: Introduction Introduction This course is designed for those that need to understand the legal requirements for setting up procurement frameworks and for drawing down services and supplies from them. Pro...
This course has been specially developed to enable administrative staff to reduce the load on practitioners.
YOU WILL LEARN
- How to competently prepare an application for filing before the EPO
- Guidance on all administrative aspects
- What documents are required on filing
- Procedural steps
- Supervision of time limits
- Fee payments
THE PROGRAMME IS DESIGNED FOR
- Administrative and patent formalities staff
- Office managers in industrial patent departments
- Administrators in private practice
- Everyone who needs a good understanding of the formal requirements of the European Patent system
- All those who want to familiarise themselves with the basic formal requirements of European Patent Applications.
BY THE END OF THIS SEMINAR, PARTICIPANTS WILL LEARN:
•How to critically review the terms of an international licensing agreement
•About Manufacture Under Licence Agreements
•To assess the benefits and concerns of the contracting parties under an international licensing agreement
•About EU law governing international licensing agreements
•How to draft and negotiate key terms in an international licensing requirement more efficaciously
•How to understand and advise on cross-jurisdictional concerns and key terms