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17 March 2022: James Howells QC gives “The Inside Scoop” on Triple Point v PTT for Mayer Brown

14th Mar 2022

Date
17/03/2022

Time
12:00 pm GMT

Location
Mayer Brown, 201 Bishopsgate, London EC2M 3AF

James Howells QC will be giving a talk on the key takeaways from the Supreme Court judgement in Triple Point Technology, Inc (Respondent) v PTT Public Company Ltd (Appellant) UKSC 2019/0074 at a seminar organised by Mayer Brown on Thursday 17 March 2022.

James Howells QC, the appellant barrister on the case, will give the “inside scoop” on the points of law that were discussed, including the issues on liquidated damages for which the case became known but also the issues of limitation of liability, particularly in the use of the term “negligence” in a contract governed by English law in a foreign jurisdiction.

Please click here to register for this event.





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