We’re always pleased when someone takes the time to review our work. Recently, we were honored to have Buyers Meeting Point editor Kelly Barner review our book, Legal Blacksmith: How to Avoid and Defend Supply Chain Disputes.
Kelly’s review is spirited and well written, and includes the observation that we take a “positive, progressive view …. of procurement.” She also praises our use of case studies. In particular, we appreciate Kelly’s conclusion that “the authors somehow manage to balance opinion and perspective with factual background and straightforward how-to’s. I suppose it shouldn’t be a surprise, but even a discipline as straight laced as legal allows for some leeway on what the right thing is to do. A valuable tie in to this idea is the advice to prize flexibility in a supply chain partner without trying to bank on it in a contract.”
Thanks Kelly Barner! A link to the review is here: http://buyersmeetingpoint.com/publications/bmp-book-reviews/entry/book-review-legal-blacksmith-how-to-avoid-and-defend-supply-chain-disputes