Uniform Commercial Code Warranty of Fitness for Particular Purpose in Supply Agreements: Key Considerations for Suppliers and Buyers
Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE course will explore the issue of warranty of fitness for a particular purpose in supply agreements, providing counsel with best practices for drafting, critical considerations for limiting claims of breach, and crucial steps when managing disputes involving these provisions.
- Warranty of fitness for a particular purpose
- Supplier considerations
- Buyer considerations
- Implied warranty
- UCC provisions
The panel will review these and other crucial issues:
- How much understanding must a supplier have about the intended use of a product for a court to imply a warranty?
- To what extent can a supplier be liable to their buyer’s eventual customer?
- How can buyers best ensure products’ fitness for a particular purpose without reliance on the UCC’s default implied warranty provisions?
- How can suppliers and buyers effectively navigate disclaimers in long-standing supply chain relationships?
Fullerton & Knowles
Mr. Fullerton handles a broad range of contract creation and contract formation matters, construction disputes, and... | Read More
Mr. Fullerton handles a broad range of contract creation and contract formation matters, construction disputes, and claims related to or arising out of construction contracts, including terminations, back charges and off sets, change orders, design defects, delays, and extensive experience in mechanic's lien litigation. He advises and protects the rights of commercial and residential owners, banks and other lenders, contractors, subcontractors, design professionals and suppliers.Close