The North East Chartered Institute of Arbitrators has joined with Northumbria University to present an informed briefing on recent developments from the specialists at Keating Chambers.
As construction counsel, Sarah Williams has a special insight into current trends in the Technology and Construction Court.
Sarah will concentrate on 7/8 of the most relevant cases of the last 12 months, such as Burgess –v- Lejonvarn, in which an Architect was sued by a friend to whom she gave some “free” architectural advice, or recent cases on the effect of email notices, etc and the new Supreme court ruling on liquidated damages among others
Sarah Williams’ practice has developed to encompass a diverse range of cases. Her clients have included national and international companies, local authorities, sole traders, partnerships and homeowners. She accepts instructions across the spectrum of chambers’ work and is particularly interested in those cases involving a technical aspect. She appears regularly in the County Courts and the High Court as well as in front of other dispute resolution tribunals, both in the UK and International
This will be a practical, focussed session with an emphasis on what you need to know as a busy construction executive or professional.
This practical guide to the key changes is not to be missed.
Refreshments will be available on arrival followed by the seminar and questions.
For further information and to register please email Jack Birks or call 0191 211 7865.
Rob Langley, Partner