Silicon Valley, CA and Cleveland, OH - Supply chain expert Rosemary Coates and Squire Patton Boggs partner Sarah K. Rathke published a first of its kind legal and operational guide to successfully managing supply chain relationships. The book, Legal Blacksmith: How to Avoid and Defend Supply Chain Disputes, written for both supply chain and legal professionals, is a comprehensive guide for optimizing supply chain relationships, beginning with the first stages of supplier-buyer relationships through handling legal disputes when supply chain relationships fail.
Legal Blacksmith is for both in-house counsel and supply chain executives. This book is for attorneys to understand supply chain operation and for executives who want to better understand the law that applies to their field. It discusses US and international supply chain relationships across industries, and reveals traditional and emerging supply chain issues, such as managing supplier risk, working with third-party logistics providers, corporate social responsibility issues, and managing litigation when it arises.
"Supply chain operations are not one-size-fits-all activities and should not be treated as such," says Rosemary Coates. "We want to help companies shock-proof their supply chain and improve processes while avoiding the numerous pitfalls and disputes."
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