Warranties, indemnities and exclusions remain challenging in contract negotiations

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The indemnity clause is the most contested clause in any contract negotiation. Join James Halliday, partner at Baker McKenzie at Australasian Lawyer’s Contract Law Masterclass this March to review trends and best practice in the use of indemnities, exclusion clauses and limits on liability across various sectors.

Halliday’s session will cover the most common indemnities being used and the appropriate commercial circumstances for each; the interaction between insurance policy terms and indemnifications in contractual arrangements; the impact of removing an indemnity for a consequential loss clause and other areas of complexity.

More information about the program is available here.

A limited number of discount tickets are available for the masterclass, which will be held on 1 March at the Amora Jamison Hotel in Sydney. Legal practitioners who need to fulfil their CPD requirements prior to the 31 March deadline can accrue up to 6 CPD points.


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