Andrew Singer QC and Kelly Pennifer delivered a well received seminar to over 100 delegates at the Society of Construction Law in London on 4 June 2019 on “Economic Torts and Construction Disputes”.

The seminar discussed the torts of procuring or inducing a breach of contract, causing loss by unlawful means and conspiracy to cause loss by unlawful means/injure by particular reference to a recent TCC decision, Palmer Birch v Lloyd [2018] EWHC 2316 (TCC).

The seminar was also presented in Dublin on 19 June where Andrew was joined by William Binchy, a barrister at the Irish Bar and former Regius Professor of Laws at Trinity College, Dublin.

The Society of Construction Law, founded in 1983, has over 2,000 members from all sectors of the construction industry and works to promote education, study and research in the field of construction law and related subjects (including ADR, arbitration and ajudication) both in the UK and overseas.


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