The model clauses and chords are reproduced on a CD-ROM that accompanies the book, which allows a simple adaptation and saves you time and money. The reissue of this popular book is deeply redesigned and an invaluable aid for trade lawyers in the development of trade agreements and terms. It also contains useful advice to mitigate the potential impact of a Brexit on cross-border treaty enforcement. Stuart Cakebread has been practising at the London Bar for over 25 years. As a lawyer at Selborne Chambers, his main areas of expertise are trade, partnership and intellectual property, banking and international arbitration and trade law. Stuart has extensive experience in consulting, developing and conducting processes and has recently performed in many widely used cases. Not only does this book cover the basic rules and structure of trade agreements, but it also offers a number of precedents. As mentioned in the book, we may be living in a less confident world that makes the need for a confidentiality agreement (NDA) an essential tool in a company`s arsenal. Therefore, the authors provided a previous NOA, which is ready to use and is ideal for non-lawyers and new businesses.

This book is a reference point for business lawyers, who will probably find it useful to refer to precedents – which are all the more accessible through a CD-ROM – when drafting new agreements. It is also a useful tool for small firms or new businesses that are in control of trade agreements. Part 1 – Basic Rules, Structure and Construction of a Commercial Contract: 1. Basic Rules and Structure of a Commercial Contract;2. How a contract is interpreted – modern building rules; Part 2 – Trade clauses: 3. limitation and exclusion;4. liquidated damage; 5. Miscellaneous; Part 3 – Specific trade agreements:6.

Agency, including the commercial agency7. Buying/selling small and medium-sized enterprises:8. Services provided by the contractor; 9. distribution; 10. e-commerce;11. franchising services/goods;12. guarantees and compensation 13. IT services; 14. joint venture; 15) equipment leasing; 16. Marketing;17. Sale/delivery of goods;18.

sponsorship. Designing and customizing sales contracts to your customers` needs can take precious time in your already busy day. With its set of flexible and adaptable precedents, developing trade agreements can help you reach agreements accurately and efficiently. “The range of flexible and adaptable precedents in this convenient volume should help you make quick and easy deals.” The Law Society has just published the second edition of Drafting Commercial Agreements, written by trade lawyers Stuart Cakebread and Juliette Levy. Copies are available in the Law Society`s bookstore and online bookstore for 110 $US. I have taught a lot of commercial lawyers over the years, but this is the one I always come back on for really difficult business. Starting in Chapter 6, the book focuses on specific commercial agreements and offers a sales and sales contract for each, a software license agreement and even an agreement between two parties for the development of a product. Stuart is a lawyer who leads our business law team. He has extensive experience in the practice of commercial law, including European and global cross-border litigation, international conventions and contract laws, civil women, banks, commercial agents, non-medical negligence and the development of commercial contracts.