Business owners have important roles when it comes to managing contracts with vendors, customers and employees. This workshop provides an outline of tips and tools to assist in negotiating terms, writing contracts, ensuring compliance and reporting on outcomes. This workshop is delivered by Ms Archana Luktuke, a commercial and dispute resolution lawyer operating her own firm AUL Law. Archana has been practising in this area of law for approximately 20 years. She predominantly assists small and medium enterprises in negotiating and preparing a wide variety of contracts and represents them in courts and in arbitrations relating to any disputes they may have.
Main topics covered
- Definition of a contract
- When they are needed in small business
- Requirements for a contract to exist
- The key elements of contract law
- The typical structure of a contract
- Key contract risks
- What happens when things go wrong
Who it's for
This workshop is for people who are, or are thinking of becoming, a small business owner and looking to develop and extend their knowledge of contracts.
About the presenter
ECU is ranked Australia's top public university for 'Business and Management' in quality of educational experience, teaching quality, skill development, and student support. With course content developed in consultation with industry groups and the latest theory with hands-on, practical experiences it's a great option to build your professional skills and knowledge.
This workshop is offered at a reduced cost thanks to substantial funding from the Government of Western Australia.
- Access to the live workshop
- A recording of the workshop which you can access for up to seven days post event
- Copies of any resources shared with attendees
When and where
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