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In association with the University of Strathclyde, we annually help thousands of professionals to enhance their skills, develop their expertise and meet their training needs and CPD requirements.View our comprehensive suite of legal training below:
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What are the key considerations that impact on your drafting? How are your contracts being interpreted by the courts? What do you actually need to commit to writing?
Our annual conference, including a keynote presentation from Professor Hector MacQueen, will consider these and other practical issues that will benefit your drafting.
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What's being covered?
Recent developments in contract lawProfessor Hector MacQueen, The University of Edinburgh
B2B Post-contract administrationStephen Cotton, Wright, Johnston & Mackenzie
Interpretation and Implication: directions of travel since Arnold v BrittonTim Haddow, Hastie Stable
Prescription updateGavin MacColl QC, Hastie Stable
Written agreements: why bother?Alan Stalker, Young & Partners
Non-pecuniary remedies for breachMichael Upton, Hastie Stable
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