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|COVID 19, Force Majeure, Frustration & The Insurers Response
|COVID 19, Force Majeure, Frustration & The Insurers Response Seminar Notes|
|COVID 19 & Your Construction Contract||NO MATERIALS|
|What Is Concurrent Delay?
Online Seminar: Wednesday 8th April, 9AM & 11AM
|What Is Concurrent Delay? Seminar Notes|
|QS Series: Loss & Expense
Online Seminar: Wednesday 8th April, 5pm & 6PM
|QS Series: Loss & Expense Seminar Notes|
|Practical Completion: A Game Changing Case
Online Seminar: Wednesday 15th April, 9am
|Practical Completion: A Game Changing Case Seminar Notes|
|QS & Construction Law: The Interaction
Online Seminar: Wednesday 15th April, 5pm
|QS & Construction Law: The Interaction Seminar Notes|
|Ask The Expert Panel|
|Relief From The Impact Of Coronavirus Under FIDIC 2017
Online Seminar: Thursday 16th April, 5pm
|Relief From The Impact Of Coronavirus Under FIDIC 2017 Seminar Notes|
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