Clifford Gouldson Lawyers

Business Essentials: Are simple documents killing your business?

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29/02/2016

Quotes, Invoices and Terms & Conditions: What should they look like and how will they stand up when a dispute arises?

Business owners understand the need for expert advice when it comes to high value or complex contracts.  But what about the simplest documents in your business?  

Failing to get your quotes, invoices and standard terms & conditions right can mean failure for your business.


Jointly presented by our Commercial + Property and Litigation sections this seminar will help managers, business owners and business advisors better understand the importance of getting these documents right.
 
Amanda Tolson, Director, Commercial + Property

Part 1 - How to avoid a dispute – getting the documents right from the start
 
  • Why terms & conditions are so important
  • What we see in looking at these documents
  • Credit accounts – how to protect yourself before you extend credit
  • PPSA – another reason terms and conditions are important
 
Harrison Humphries, Head of Section, Litigation

Part 2 – What helps when your customer doesn’t pay
 
  • War stories
  • What will improve your chances of winning if a dispute arises or Court proceedings are commenced
Date:
Friday, 18 March 2016
Time:
Starting at 3.30 pm.  Followed by drinks and light refreshments.
Cost:
No charge.
Venue:
Clifford Gouldson Pod
Level 1, 610 Ruthven Street
Toowoomba  Qld
RSVP:
Please RSVP by email at
events@cglaw.com.au or phone
07 4688 2188 to attend

Space is limited so please reserve your seat by Wednesday 16 March 2016.

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