Outsourcing contracts exist to protect both parties involved in an arrangement, both during the relationship and also for when it may end.
It is important to form a good working relationship with a supplier, and a contract needs to take both parties into account, not benefiting one side more than the other.
It should contain the service levels expected and how these will be measured, detail the service the supplier will deliver, any employment issues that may arise, such as TUPE and also allow an amount of flexibility.
We have experience working with companies of all sizes to draft outsourcing contracts to ensure good working relationships.
- SALE & SUPPLY OF GOODS & SERVICES
- FRANCHISE, DISTRIBUTION & AGENCY
- LOGISTICS & WAREHOUSING
- PROJECTS & PROCUREMENTS
- SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT & LICENSING
- TECHNOLOGY & PROCUREMENT
- PR, MARKETING & ADVERTISING
- SPONSORSHIP & SALES PROMOTION
- DATA PROTECTION, SECURITY & FREEDOM OF INFORMATION
The upcoming General Data Protection Regulations (“GDPR”) will radically shakeup the way that company pri...
Ketan Mistry considers the importance of brand strategy, and delivering a clear message. Get this wrong, and b...
84 Friar Lane
You can obtain the Award for Personal Licence Holders (APLH) once completing your BIIAB Level 2 training, which has been a service provided to Nottinghamshire by Fraser Brown solicitors for over 10 years. ...
Fiona Boswell presents the results of the survey Fraser Brown conducted at the National Franchise Exhibition 2...
Fraser Brown acted for one of Irelands largest importer and wholesalers of furniture into the UK market prepa...