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19 Aug 2021: James Howells to present on Triple Point Technology v PTT for the SCL Hong Kong

11th Aug 2021

Date
19/08/2021

Time
6:30 pm HKT

Location
Hong Kong (virtual)

Triple Point Technology v PTT – an end for liquidated damages?
Thursday, 19 August 2021

James Howells QC will present to The Society of Construction Law Hong Kong at an evening webinar exploring the impact of the recent UK Supreme Court decision in Triple Point Technology Inc v PTT Public Company Ltd [2021] UKSC 29.

The judgment is of significant interest for the construction industry, restoring certainty regarding the proper interpretation and application of liquidated damages clauses where a contract is terminated after works are delayed, but before they are completed. James Howells QC was lead counsel for the successful appellant.

Venue: By Zoom (details to be provided following registration)

Date / Time: Thursday, 19 August 2021; 6:30pm to 7:30pm (HK Time)

Cost: Free for members of SCLHK; HK$200 for non-members

SCLHK is in the process of applying to the Hong Kong Law Society for CPD points for this webinar.

Please register on the SCL Hong Kong’s online registration system at https://www.scl.hk/events. To register free of charge you must be logged in first as a member.

 





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