15 March – Please note that the Wellington seminar in person session and the Webinar have been rescheduled to Tuesday 29 March. Existing registrants, please check your emails.
Registrations remain open, if you have not yet registered we welcome you to register below.
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A review of significant developments since the 2020 NZLS CLE Update on Contract seminar.
Contract law is at the heart of commercial law and practice. A sound up-to-date knowledge of the area is essential for all lawyers.
This seminar will address recent developments in contract law in a practical manner, including:
In addition to reviewing recent New Zealand developments, the seminar will consider decisions from other common law jurisdictions which are likely to be relevant to New Zealand contract law.
After attending you will have:
All general practitioners, property and commercial lawyers, and litigators.
A background book written by the presenter is available in hard copy, PDF, or both. Please indicate your choice upon registration.
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Note: The Wellington & Webinar dates differ from those originally advertised
|I can't attend, but please let me know when the book is available to purchase.|
|Paul David QC
Eldon Chambers, Auckland
Paul is an experienced leading counsel. While his work now generally centres on commercial disputes, Paul maintains a broad practice. He has a career-long specialist practice in maritime and trade law where the interpretation of contracts and the speedy application of the principles of contract law are central to the work. For more information see www.pauldavid.co.nz
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