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Civil Law and Asian Cross-Border Transactions: Treatment of Specific Civil Law Concepts in Cross-Border and Financial Transactions

MODULE 2

Treatment of Specific Civil Law Concepts in Cross-Border and Financial Transactions
Date: 25 August 2020         Time: 5.00pm - 6.30pm          1.0 Public CPD Point 

 

This session aims to provide participants with insight into the convergences and divergences of common law and civil law, viewed from transactional and litigation angles. The session will include substantive discussion of the concept of trust, and of the termination of contractual relationships by outside causes (including force majeure, frustration and hardship clauses).

 

Objectives and skills targeted: acquiring knowledge of how various civil and common law systems play a role in dealing with unforeseen circumstances in terms of breach of contract and attendant remedies.

 

PROGRAMME

 

4.30PM  Participants to log in to Webinar

5.00PM  Discussion between Mr Salim Moollan QC, Essex Court Chambers & Mr Erwan Barre, RHTLaw Asia

6.00PM  Q&A moderated by Mr Paul Tan, Rajah & Tann Singapore

6.30PM  End

 

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For enquiries, please email to [email protected].

 

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CPD Points: 1

Webinar Date/Time:
25 August 2020
Module 2 - 5.00pm - 6.30pm

Price (inclusive of GST):
$117.70

MODULE 2

Treatment of Specific Civil Law Concepts in Cross-Border and Financial Transactions
Date: 25 August 2020         Time: 5.00pm - 6.30pm          1.0 Public CPD Point 

 

This session aims to provide participants with insight into the convergences and divergences of common law and civil law, viewed from transactional and litigation angles. The session will include substantive discussion of the concept of trust, and of the termination of contractual relationships by outside causes (including force majeure, frustration and hardship clauses).

 

Objectives and skills targeted: acquiring knowledge of how various civil and common law systems play a role in dealing with unforeseen circumstances in terms of breach of contract and attendant remedies.

 

PROGRAMME

 

4.30PM  Participants to log in to Webinar

5.00PM  Discussion between Mr Salim Moollan QC, Essex Court Chambers & Mr Erwan Barre, RHTLaw Asia

6.00PM  Q&A moderated by Mr Paul Tan, Rajah & Tann Singapore

6.30PM  End

 

Click here for brochure.

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