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27 June 2019: Nicholas Baatz QC to give the KCCLA Sweet & Maxwell 22nd Annual lecture

24th May 2019

Date
27/06/2019

Location
Edmond Safra Lecture Theatre, Kings College London Strand Campus

Nicholas Baatz QC will give the KCCLA Sweet & Maxwell 22nd Annual lecture at King’s College London on the evening of 27th June.

The title of the lecture will be: “Liquidated damages, termination and limitation of liability – How far does legal principle affect the interpretation or application of the parties’ contract, where the drafting is perfect, and where it is not?”

The lecture will be preceded by an update from Robert Clay as editor of the new edition of Hudson’s Building and Engineering Contracts due later this year.

The event will include a presentation of the KCCLA Prize for the top Student 2018 followed by a drinks reception hosted by Sweet & Maxwell.

For more information and to book a place go to https://www.kccla.org.uk/.  Registrations close on 17 June 2019.

 

 





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