Join our new Construction Contracts Webinar Series, which will focus on recent developments in contract law as applicable to construction contracts.
Iain Drummond and his team will provide an overview of key changes in contractual interpretation, contractual notification provisions and legal interferences with freedom of contract, such as implied terms and penalties.
The sessions are designed to help you identify the developments that are significant in terms of your own practice. They will also include practical tips on how to avoid the potential pitfalls associated with the recent changes, and how to turn these changes to your advantage.
This first webinar in the series will provide clients with an update on the recent change in approach to contractual interpretation stemming from the Supreme Court’s decision in Arnold v Britton in 2015 and subsequent cases. Our speakers will share their insight into the way case law has developed post Arnold and how this applies in a construction law context.
Further webinars in the series:
- 25 October 2016: Take Notice! Contractual notifications under construction contracts
- 29 November 2016: Good faith, implied terms and penalties: restrictions on freedom of contract
The webinar series will be particularly relevant to construction professionals including:
- Contracts and commercial managers
- Project managers and consultants
- In-house lawyers
- Client representatives