9 July 202410:00 - 17:30 BST
47-58 Bastwick St, London, EC1V 3PS
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Member: £365 + VAT
(Early booking £325 + VAT)
Standard: £485 + VAT
(Early booking £435 + VAT)
Available until one month prior
By the end of the course, attendees should be able to:
Confidently identify and understand key issues recurring in client-led appointments
Recognise and avoid clauses for strictliability, fitness for purpose and unfair warranty obligations
Understand and respond to attempts to shift risk for variations, delays andunforeseen events from client to engineer
Recognise the hidden risks of assignment, staff naming, coordination duties and third party design responsibility
Appraise and negotiate in response to exclusion and limitation clauses
Identify conditions precedent and the risk these pose to the profit margin
Senior engineer/Team leader/Manager
Business leader/Director (inc SMEs)
Rob took an MA in Law, then qualified both as a Barrister and as a Solicitor and has 40 years’ experience of engineering and construction law. Before specialising in training and consultancy, he was a law firm partner practicing in this expert field. He has been retained by numerous Professional Indemnity insurers and has represented and defended hundreds of Engineers and other design professionals. A Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, Rob is a busy Construction Adjudicator, and a CMC-registered Civil Mediator.
Tell us about yourself. How did you get in to teaching engineering and construction law?
Who is this course designed for?
How will attending this course help engineers better understand the legal implications of contracts?
What do you mean by ‘a legal toolkit’?
What are the key things engineers will be able to take away and apply?
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