Many organizations find it useful to train non-legal employees in the drafting, negotiating and finalizing of procurement contracts in order to reduce corporate legal risks that may arise during their implementation. Another reason for delegating quasi-legal functions to non-legal staff is to save resources and remove the burden from an otherwise busy corporate legal department. Finally, transactions will be performed more quickly and effectively if the non-legal managers of the business receive a certain amount of focused legal training.
This important workshop will cover the functions and usage of the key provisions in a procurement contract from the perspectives of both Buyer and Seller. A wide range of critical issues are discussed that will be beneficial to non-lawyers and lawyers and assist in ensuring the proper drafting and execution of these important legal documents.
Who will benefit:
- Procurement officers
- Office managers
- HR managers
- In-house counsel/ Corporate legal staff
- Others who are involved in editing and reviewing procurement contracts.
- The essential provisions of a procurement contract
- An overall understanding of the functioning of a standard contract
- Advice for reviewing contracts to avoid common pitfalls
- Understanding contract flow to achieve contract objectives, while mitigating risks
- Assessing remedies for breach or repudiation
- English PowerPoint presentation
- Communication and translation in Vietnamese
08:30 AM – 11:00 AM