Session Two: The GAR Live Debate on Construction – which Blueprints are Best?
In a twist on the Oxford Union style, we discuss and debate the pros and cons of several motions seeking enforcement of contractual clauses excluding or limiting certain damages and claims, including provisions:
• Prohibiting the recovery of consequential damages;
• Imposing caps on damages;
• Shortening periods for asserting claims.
Randall Hafer, Kilpatrick Townsend
Neil Gaudion, FTI
Don Harvey, Secreteriat International
John Hinchey, JAMS Global Engineering and Construction Panel
Veronica O’Brien, Regional General Counsel, Andritz
For further information visit: http://gar.live/atlanta2019
Monday, September 9, 2019
Georgia State University College of Law
85 Park Place NE
Atlanta, GA 30303
9:30 a.m.: Chairs' opening remarks
9:45 a.m.: Session One: The Year in Review, a Guide Through the Essentials
11:00 a.m.: Coffee break
11:30 a.m.: Session Two: The GAR Live Debate on Construction – Which Blueprints are Best?
12:45 p.m.: Lunch with keynote speech
2:15 p.m.: Session Three: Expecting the Unexpected, a Simulation
3:30 p.m.: Coffee break
4:00 p.m.: Session Four: The GAR Live Question Time
5:15 p.m.: Chairs' closing remarks
5:30 p.m.: All delegates are invited to attend a drinks reception
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