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The challenges of cross-border disputes

United Kingdom - November 9 2012 Few companies operate without at least some element of international trade, and there’s no doubt that having suppliers and/or customers abroad can cut costs and increase profits - but it also brings with it the potential for cross-border disputes, the resolution of which can be challenging. 

David Savage.

Contracts – don’t let others’ failure to perform affect your business

United Kingdom - August 31 2012 Companies in the food and drink sector, like most companies, enter into contractual arrangements with one party and rely on the performance of that contract to enable them to complete their contractual relations with other parties

Contracts – don’t let others’ failure to perform affect your business

United Kingdom - August 29 2012 Industrial engineering companies, like most companies, enter into contractual arrangements with one party and rely on the performance of that contract to enable them to complete their contractual relations with other parties.

Contracts – don’t let others’ failure to perform affect your business

United Kingdom - August 8 2012 Logistics companies, like most companies, enter into contractual arrangements with one party and rely on the performance of that contract to enable them to complete their contractual relations with other parties.

Transport Sector Update: Logistics - Proposals to levy charges for HGVs using UK roads

United Kingdom - June 14 2012 Currently the UK differs from many other EU states in that (with the odd exception such as the M6 optional toll road) the UK does not charge for use of its roads through toll systems or other user charging schemes.

Fiona Walker.