Event overview

Live session in Newcastle

Speakers:

Introduction from Emma Bolton, Regional EFM Lead (North), NHSI. Session delivered by Richard Nolan (Partner) and/or Stephanie Rafferty (Associate), Hempsons.

How do you mitigate risk and manage contract performance successfully? With the use of case studies, we will cover:

  • When, where and why do contractual difficulties and disputes often occur?
  • Managing difficult situations and relationships. Avoiding formal disputes where possible but ensuring that you are ready if a dispute arises.
  • Contract termination – what risks commonly arise and how could you manage them?
  • Effective dispute resolution – practical examples.
  • What lessons can we learn? How can you most effectively and efficiently manage and mitigate risks?

This event will also be available to view live via video from Hempsons’ Harrogate and Manchester offices, with complimentary breakfast provided at all three offices.

The event will be of interest to:

  • Property management professionals
  • Strategic estates directors, managers and teams
  • Procurement directors, managers and teams
  • Contract and commercial teams.

When and where?

Location Date Time
Newcastle 17th July 2019 08.00 – 10.00am
Manchester 17th July 2019 08.00 – 10.00am
Harrogate 17th July 2019 08.00 – 10.00am

Agenda

Newcastle Morning session
Hosted session: Introduction from Emma Bolton, Regional EFM Lead (North), NHSI. Session delivered by Richard Nolan (Partner) and/or Stephanie Rafferty (Associate), Hempsons
Manchester Morning session
Video-link: Introduction from Emma Bolton, Regional EFM Lead (North), NHSI. Session delivered by Richard Nolan (Partner) and/or Stephanie Rafferty (Associate), Hempsons
Harrogate Morning session
Video-link: Introduction from Emma Bolton, Regional EFM Lead (North), NHSI. Session delivered by Richard Nolan (Partner) and/or Stephanie Rafferty (Associate), Hempsons

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