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Conflict Management Strategies And Dispute Resolution Clauses – Ensuring Your International Contract Will Be Enforced

Executive Summary

Medtech companies doing business in today’s environment inevitably need to enter into international supply and distribution contracts, licensing deals and collaboration agreements. Contracts often give rise to partnership conflicts, so inserting an effective dispute resolution clause is an important risk management tool and insurance for your business deal.

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