Contract Law Masterclass to analyse recent cases

The masterclass puts the spotlight on some of the most recent developments in consumer law

Contract Law Masterclass to analyse recent cases

The Contract Law Masterclass is coming soon to Sydney and prospective attendees are urged to reserve seats today before the event sells out.

The one-day masterclass puts the spotlight on some of the most complex areas of contract law. Among the speakers will be Stephen Klotz, Hall & Wilcox partner, who will be analysing how two recent cases in the UK provide guidance on the legal standing of non-oral modification clauses in written agreements in Australia.

He’ll be examining when a written agreement with a non-oral modification (NOM) clause can be varied verbally, the implications of Blue v Ashley [2017] and Rock Advertising v MWB Business Exchange Centres for Australian contracts, dealing with allegations of oral variations or oral collateral contracts and how to draft an enforceable no oral modification (NOM) clause.

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The rest of the packed agenda can be seen here.

Reserve a seat online today or book a Team Pass and bring four other team members for the price of three – but hurry there are limited places available.

The Contract Law Masterclass Sydney will be held on 28 February at the Westin Sydney.

All legal practitioners can claim up to 6 CPD points.

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