Month: April 2020

The Dotted Line: Hahaha

The best antidote to lockdown stress? Laughter. This newsletter reminds you of the humour in contracts. Yes, really… Read the full edition here What should you sign up to? Would you like to receive The Dotted Line directly to your email inbox every second Thursday? Simply enter your details here

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Demand for Digital Contracts

I have been researching how other countries are adapting to digital contracting. In Sweden, Skye Contracts promote contracting based on: speed simplicity flow They are interested in tremendous templates, clarity of thinking, data-driven decision-making as well as using processes that work for your business. As they state in their e-book:

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The Dotted Line: Have you got time?

If you find yourself with some spare (non-commuting) time – having bought enough toilet roll and cake to last a lifetime – and have settled into this new ‘normal’, here are some ideas to help you be prepared for opportunities after lockdown.  Read the full edition here If banking can

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No contract? No money!

In English law, most contracts do not need to be in writing to be valid. However, not every conversation leads to a contract… so how do the courts draw the line? Tell-tale signs After a telephone call between two businesses, one claimed £1m in fees from the other for services

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The Dotted Line: How can I help?

Regular readers will know that my newsletter pops into their in box at 9am sharp on a Thursday… and it’s been getting later recently. Much of that reflects how busy I am trying to make sense of contract issues arising out of Covid-19. Read the full edition here If you

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