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But Surely I Can’t Be Held Responsible? Design, Negligence & Duty To Warn

Wednesday 15th April 2020 9.30am - Silver Shemmings Ash, 35 Great St Helen's, London EC3A 6AP- Full Day- £325 per person plus VAT

Jack Swadling will present this one day programme, a practical guide to delegates giving them confidence in approaching and dealing with design and design related issues
He will cover the concept and legal status of design, the standards expected of a designer, duties of care and the duty to warn, and negligence. The focus will be on the standard forms of contract and how best to manage the risks in relation to design


– An insight into the concept of design and how far it can reach
– Analysing the standards of design
– Interpretation of standard forms of contract and consultancy agreements
– Looking at the duty to warn and negligence
– Protecting parties with design obligations
– Real, practical, anecdotal examples of pitfalls


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