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If you have missed a Seminar but would like more information on a topic, have a look below at the podcasts available, more titles coming soon

Seminar – Delays & Disruption In Construction Contracts

October 24, 2018 | Silver Shemmings

Silver Shemmings Ash LLP is working with BITA (British  Irish Trading Alliance) to host a series of seminars to help form an invaluable ‘pocket’ guide for construction professionals for use in your everyday work.

This was April’s Seminar – Delays & Disruption In Construction Contracts – presented by Henry Hathaway (Partner), places are open to all and free of charge

W e have now set the dates for 2019 Co-Hosted events with the topics to be confirmed shortly, if you have any queries please contact Julie on seminars@silverllp.com 


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