English contract law fundamentals for Aviation & Defence: Limitation of liability (part 1)

Many of our clients find themselves in breach of contract or with counterparties in breach. There has never been a more important time to understand what liabilities can and cannot be limited in different types of contract in the sector and how to get the drafting right.

Following on from recent sessions on force majeure and frustration of contracts, good faith, and interpreting agreements, the topic of this session is limitation of liability.

This webinar provides a deep dive on:

•Limiting liability and reducing risk: freedom of contract under English law
•Three techniques for limiting liability: managing obligations, defining processes and limiting remedies, and
•‘Fairness’ and ‘reasonableness’ issues under English law, and
•How the Unfair Contract Terms Act 1977 (UCTA) works
•Industry insights

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