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Chantal-Aimee Doerries QC and Lucie Briggs present at The Society of Construction Law Annual Conference

3rd Mar 2017

Date
03/03/2017

Location
The Royal Armouries, Leeds LS10 1LT

Chantal-Aimee Doerries QC and Lucie Briggs presented at The Society of Construction Law Annual Conference 2017 on “MT Højgaard v E.ON: Supply of goods meets supply of services – where next?”

The Supreme Court is shortly going to look at this question against the background of a bespoke contract for the supply and installation of offshore wind turbines. The relationship between the obligations of satisfactory quality and fitness for purpose against obligations of skill and care as reflected in the Supply of Goods and Services Act 1982 has been considered by the Court of Appeal but not yet the Supreme Court. The talk by Chantal-Aimee and Lucie looked at some of the important issues involved.

To view the full agenda, please click here.

For copies of this presentation please contact clerks@atkinchambers.com

3 March 2017

Leeds





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