AJ Roundtable: Contractual Liability Griffiths & Armour News

AJ Roundtable: Contractual Liability

The panel members were:
Jonathan French, Regional Executive Chair – Europe at Woods Bagot
John McRae, Equity Director at ORMS
Peter Murray, Director, Stanton Williams
Henry Pipe, Director at Max Fordham
Indu Ramasway, Director at Allies & Morrison
Simon Riley, Director at BDP
John Robertson, Director at John Robertson Architects
Martin White, Group Counsel at Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners

Hosts were:
Felix Mara, Technical Editor at The Architects’ Journal (chair)
Steve Bamforth, Senior Partner and Chief Executive at Griffiths & Armour
Paul Berg, Partner at Griffiths & Armour
Keith Lonsdale, Partner at Berrymans Lace Mawer

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Griffiths & Armour, in association with Berrymans Lace Mawer and the Architects Journal (AJ), recently gathered a panel of architectural industry experts to debate contractual liability, and how this significant business risk can impact negatively and inequitably on architects and wider construction consultants.

The guests of the round table were sent a copy of our latest risk management publication ‘Contractual Liability Claims – Lessons to be Learned’ before the discussion. The publication presented the guests with some background on real examples of claims where contract terms have left consultants open to the particular risk presented in onerous contract terms. This then fuelled the debate on topics such as: indemnity and strict liability and net contribution.

If you would like to read the AJ article in full, please click here.

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If you would like to discuss any issues raised in the article further, please do not hesitate to contact us,
0151 236 5656 or email piinsurance@griffithsandarmour.com

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