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26 November 2019: Andrew Goddard QC to speak at Deacons’ seminar on recent significant Hong Kong / England construction cases

26th Nov 2019

Date
26/11/2019

Time
1:00 pm GMT

Location
Deacons, 14th Floor, Alexandra House, 18 Chater Road, Central

Andrew Goddard QC will be the guest speaker at a seminar hosted by Deacons’ construction department in Hong Kong titled: “Recent significant Hong Kong / England construction cases – Risks and Opportunities for all?” on Tuesday 26th November 2019.

Andrew will go through recent Hong Kong/England decisions of significance to employers and contractors in the construction industry, and consider whether there is a resurgent determination on the part of the courts in Hong Kong and England to enforce contractual provisions according to their terms and with little or no reliance on any a priori notions of what would be considered to be fair and reasonable.

For more information go to Deacons’ website.





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