The law is reasonably clear when it comes to the rights of consumers, but less so when it comes to transactions between businesses. That’s why for our business to business clients we help ensure they have clear and concise Terms and Conditions in place before they embark on any transaction. This could be general terms that apply to day to day business, or it could be a specific set of terms that need put in place before a large transaction, such as buying new equipment for a factory. By clarifying the expectations and obligations of each party before any business is conducted, you can limit the chance of costly misunderstandings at a later date.
We would also recommend that you seek legal advice before agreeing to the Terms and Conditions offered by a company with whom you wish to deal.
If you do find yourself involved in a contractual dispute, it’s important to get legal advice as soon as possible. If you don’t have a robust set of terms and conditions, we can work with you to help identify possible solutions to the situation. There are various options available to you if direct contact doesn’t work – from arbitration to the courts – and we can assist you at every step of the way.
We can also offer advice on employment law if you have any issues with employees in your business. However, as this is a specialised area, we may arrange an introduction to one of our trusted advisors if necessary.
Contact Wallace Quinn today to see how we can help.