We regularly offer full-day training courses for our clients, we also host complimentary breakfast, evening & online seminars. All of these events will give you the perfect resource to keep you up-to-date with the latest legal and contractual issues in the construction industry
Ryland Ash looks at the implications for the construction industry following the recent decisions in the High Court and then the Court of Appeal in Mears Ltd v Costplan Services (South East) Ltd & Others, in which he successfully acted for the Second Defendant and LandlordWednesday 15th April 2020 9am | Online Seminar | FREE to attend LEARN MORE
Chidi Egbochue will be discussing relief from the impact of the coronavirus under FIDIC 2017Thursday 16th April 2020 5pm | Online Seminar | FREE to attend LEARN MORE
Henry Hathaway will focus on all aspects of Project Security including Insurance, Collateral Warranties, PI, Risk Allocation, Change Control, Contract Breach and Bonds, Risk Allocation & ContractWednesday 22nd April 2020 9am | Online Seminar | FREE to attend LEARN MORE
This Seminar will discuss the incorporation of design documents and the respective formalities of Employers Requirements and Contractors Proposals including when there is a divergence between bothWednesday 6th May 2020 9am | Online Seminar | FREE to attend LEARN MORE
Jack Swadling discusses how terminating a construction contract can be an extremely risky course of action and contract parties often make fundamental mistakes which can lead to costly disputes and adverse commercial consequencesWednesday 6th May 2020 5pm | Online Seminar | FREE to attend LEARN MORE
Henry Hathaway delivers a practical guide to promote confidence when approaching and dealing with all aspects of Delay Analysis and the difficulties that all too often ariseWednesday 20th May 2020 5pm | Online Seminar | FREE to attend LEARN MORE
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