The Contract Law Virtual Conference
With the twin challenges of Covid-19 and Brexit to negotiate, the ability to navigate your clients around their contractual obligations has never been more important.
Our essential virtual conference will consider: the key consumer implications that Covid has emphasised; where exclusions and limitations of liability can help your clients; what you need to be prepared for with Brexit looming ever closer; and the implications for drafting as a result of developments to prescription.
Including a keynote address from Professor Hector MacQueen on good faith, implied terms and change of circumstances, this is an important conference for all contract lawyers.
Reasons to join us
- Hear about the impact of implied terms and change of circumstances on good faith
- Learn about remedies available to your clients when consumer law and contract law collide
- Understand what contract lawyers need to have in place ahead of Brexit
- Consider your client’s ability to recover losses through the use of exclusion and limitation of liability clauses
- Attend Scotland’s premier legal virtual conference from your device
What's being covered?
Good faith, implied terms and change of circumstances
Professor Hector MacQueen, The University of Edinburgh
When the common law crashes into consumer law
Stephen Cotton, Wright, Johnston & Mackenzie
Brexit – what contract lawyers need to know
Dr Kirsty J Hood QC
Recovering contractual losses – exclusions and limitations of liability
Fiona Caldow, Dentons
Gavin MacColl QC