As businesses and consumers rush to consider their contractual obligations during the unprecedented Covid-19 crisis, our timely virtual conference will consider the solutions that you and your clients need to find.
Can retention of title provide a lifeline? What are the challenges facing consumer-facing businesses and what best advice can you give them? What roles do force-majeure, frustration and material adverse change play? What is the practical impact of penalty clauses and liquidated damages? What happens next as a result of Covid-19 – have there only been piecemeal solutions? And how can your drafting help protect your clients?
To get the answers to those questions and more, join us in June where our expert speakers will provide you with the effective and current guidance that you need to help your clients through the crisis and beyond.
Reasons to join us
Consider force-majeure, frustration and material adverse change clauses in depth
Understand the challenges facing consumer-facing businesses and where your advice can help
Learn how to protect your client's position through retention of title clauses
Hear about recent contract cases and statutory developments and the implications for key clauses
Attend Scotland’s premier legal virtual conference from your device
Black swans out of left field – force-majeure, material adverse change & frustration Michael Upton, Themis Advocates
Retention of title – a renewed focus Fiona Caldow, Dentons
Crouching tiger, hidden dragon: the challenges facing consumer-facing businesses Stephen Cotton, Wright, Johnston & Mackenzie
Penalty clauses and liquidated damages – current themes and practical impact Gillian Jamieson, Anderson Strathern
Essential drafting issues for contract lawyers Alastair Dunn, BTO