Your contract is more than simply the consultancy agreement, but goes past the signing page to all those various ancillary documents which form part of your contract and are also legally binding. These can take the form of certificates, novation deeds, confidentiality deeds and collateral warranties, to name a few.
Ancillary documents can contain potential risks, which could leave you with uninsured liability or place you at risk of claims, so it is equally important to closely review these as you would the terms of your consultancy agreements.
Join us for our next webinar where Risk Managers, Felicity Dixon and Kathryn Budd will discuss:
- the effect of ancillary documents on contracts;
- examples and risk profiles of common ancillary documents attached to consultancy agreements including: certificates; novation deeds; confidentiality deeds; and collateral warranties; and
- how you might mitigate your risk in relation to ancillary contracts.