22nd November 201913:00 - 17:00
47-58 Bastwick Street, London, EC1V 3PS
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This half day course explains The Construction Act and the rights and duties it confers on engineers, employers and clients.
By the end of the course, you should be able to:
Rob Langley has an MA (Oxon) in Jurisprudence and is a barrister, solicitor, Fellow of the Society of Advanced Legal Studies, practising adjudicator, arbitrator and mediator. He is a law firm partner specialising in engineering and construction law, dealing with almost every form of contract. Rob has extensive and successful experience of defending claims against construction professionals. Intended for Principally, senior managers and partners, commercial managers, commercial directors, as well as more junior staff who are coming into system management roles and any engineer appointed under the standard forms to administer and certify payments or applications by contractors to employers.
Rob Langley Mediation
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