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Loss of bargain damages 14 March

Lunchtime Series  14 March, 2022

Emeritus Professor John Carter, consultant, Herbert Smith Freehills

Dixson Room, Mitchell Wing, NSW State Library

01:00PM to 02:00PM

If you registered for this seminar during 2021, your booking has automatically been transferred to this date.
If you booked for the in-person version at the NSW State Library, the seminar will take place in the Dixson Room as usual.

If you have already booked for the Zoom version of the seminar, the link you have been sent remains valid.

The seminar will cover:

• What are loss of bargain damages?
• What requirements must be satisfied?
• What if termination was in exercise of a contractual right?
• How can contract drafting achieve a right to loss of bargain damages?

One CLE point.

Registration at the Library starts at 12.30pm. Lunch will be served.
The seminar will also be run simultaneously on Zoom.
You will be asked to choose between in-person or via Zoom during the booking process.

Emeritus Professor John Carter is regarded as one of Australia’s pre-eminent contracts lawyers. He is a consultant to the international law firm Herbert Smith Freehills and General Editor of the Journal of Contract Law. John previously held a personal chair in Commercial Law at the University of Sydney. He has authored many leading works on contract law, including Carter on Contract (LexisNexis Butterworths) and The Construction of Commercial Contracts (Hart Publishing, Oxford).

Member Price:$119.00
Non-Member Price:$149.00
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