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3 June 2020: David Streatfeild-James QC to present on Liquidated Damages/Triple Point to the SCLHK

26th May 2020

Date
03/06/2020

Time
11:30 am GMT

Location
Hong Kong (virtual event)

David Streatfeild-James QC will present to the Society of Construction Law in Hong Kong (SCLHK) on “Liquidated Damages – Where next after Triple Point”.

The evening webinar will take place on Wednesday, 3 June 2020 at 6.30pm HKT (11.30am GMT).

David will address the interesting case of Triple Point Technology v PTT [2019] EWCA Civ 230 and the tricky issues of liquidated damages and termination.

Registration is via the SCLHK online registration system or please download the flyer for further details (pdf).

 

To view a recording of this event, please click here.





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