We are instructed by Penrose Furniture Ltd., a company incorporated in the Isle of Man, but with its main office and principal factory located in England

LL.M. International Business Law

Assessment

 Candidates must submit a final draft of their Memorandum of Advice for the Module in (International Business Law) together with the completed Assessment Submission Sheet, in accordance with the Memorandum of Advice Assessment Submission Instructions, no later than 4pm, Monday, 27th March 2023.

 The Memorandum of Advice is worth 30 per cent of the total marks available for the module in (International Business Law) The Memorandum of Advice (including any attachments) should not exceed 3,000 words.

 As the Memorandum should be drafted and written in a practical style (with numbered paragraphs) it is not necessary to include a bibliography. Advice on the writing of a memorandum is available on the VLE (LLM Programme Information and Dissertations tab).We are instructed by Penrose Furniture Ltd., a company incorporated in the Isle of Man, but with its main office and principal factory located in England.

 Please note that no extension or deferral of this assessment can be authorised other than in strict accordance with the General Academic Regulations (available on the VLE) and pursuant to an application on the required form supported by independent evidence.

 This assessment is unsupervised. However, for guidance please refer to the notes and recordings on the VLE (LLM Programme Information and Dissertations tab – MoA Assessments).

LLM IN INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS LAW ASSESSMENT

MEMORANDUM OF ADVICE

We are instructed by Penrose Furniture Ltd., a company incorporated in the Isle of Man, but with its main office and principal factory located in England. It sells regular orders of furniture to customers across Europe. In 2019, therefore, in preparation for Brexit, it opened a branch office and factory in Poland. Most sales to customers in the EU are from the Polish office, although those to customers in Ireland continue to be handled from England.

Although no problems have ever arisen, the sales contracts contain neither a governing law clause nor a jurisdiction clause. Please prepare a Memorandum of Advice on:

a) the likely impact of this if a dispute were to arise in future;

b) what measures, if any, the company should take to address this.

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