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21 Oct 2021: Steven Walker QC and James Howells QC present at Whitepaper Construction Law Conference

28th Aug 2021

Date
21/10/2021

Location
On-demand

Steven Walker QC and James Howells QC have recorded talks for the Whitepaper construction law conference as part of an on-demand programme titled: Construction: Shaping New Law into Solution-Focused Advice for your Clients which is available to view on-demand from Thursday 21 October 20201 until Friday 25 February 2022.

Steven Walker QC discusses repudiatory breach, specifically What – right now – amounts to a repudiatory breach, including wrongful acceptance and suspension of performance, following Optimus Build case (2021)? 

James Howells QC discusses LADS and What are the unresolved issues – legal and practical – over liquidated damages, following the Supreme Court’s decision in Triple Point? Where will future challenges come from?

Available papers to download:

Steven Walker QC – Repudiatory breach

James Howells QC – LADS

 

For further information on this conference, please click here. 





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