2001 Purchasing Today Article Index
Term selected: Legal Issues
A valuable reference tool, the Article Index is a comprehensive list of articles that have appeared in Inside Supply Management® (formerly Purchasing Today® and NAPM Insights®) magazine. Articles are organized by subject for easy locating and study.
New antitrust enforcement has reflected interest in the power of supply managers.
When crafting an escrow agreement, ensure that it addresses valid points related to the release and deposit of technological information.
While not a cure-all, the developments hold promise for those who understand the limitations.
Under a variety of federal statutes, executive orders, and policies, certain supply managers and contractors are required to purchase environmentally preferable products and services.
Recent rulings will have an effect on supply managers concerning the patents of the products they purchase.
UCC Article 2 amendments — including electronic commerce and increased rights — are closer to final NCCUSL approval.
Avoid agreeing to the laws of any state that has adopted UCITA without first assessing the impact on the deal and consulting with legal counsel.
Behind every online transaction, there should be a solid contract describing the rights of the various parties, and how it's executed is irrelevant, but the agreement is a must.
A new FCC ruling lifts regulatory restrictions and gives more flexibility and control to supply managers negotiating long distance rates.
The term "warranty" is commonly thought of as a method by which a consumer may receive "compensation" from a supplier where the goods or services delivered do not meet the specifications of an agreement.
Considerable legislation has been initiated and implemented to ensure that an electronic transmittal will be accepted as a signature.
Nearly a decade ago, the Customs Modernization Act introduced the concept of reasonable care into the customs laws.