ActuateUK Webinar on Conflict Avoidance Pledge - Wed 28 July at 5pm

Webinar: Contracts after COVID: Conflict Avoidance in Practice - Wed 28/7/21 5-6pm

Join an expert panel on 28 July at 5pm as they look at the Conflict Avoidance Pledge from all sides including best practices for dispute resolution & the best contractual systems for managing disputes. 

An expert panel will look at the Conflict Avoidance Pledge from all sides including best practices for dispute resolution & the best contractual systems for managing disputes. Join us on Wednesday 28 July at 5pm.

This webinar, hosted by Actuate UK and ECA, will explore the Conflict Avoidance Pledge from all sides of the equation, including how to adopt best practices for dispute resolution and ensure you secure the best contractual systems for managing disputes in the post-COVID world.

The session will be hosted by ECA's Director of Legal and Business Rob Driscoll, who will be joined by guest speakers Martin Burns from RICS and Mohammed Haque of Silver Law LLP.

The session will be followed by a live audience Q&A where we will seek to debate what the Conflict Avoidance Pledge means in practice for over 250 organisations who have already publicly signed up to the CAP in support. 

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