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On the 20th of October LexisNexis, together with Radius Law and C&I, hosted the first Flying Solo forum for sole in-house counsel and in-house lawyers in small legal teams. The session was chaired by Sophie Gould and consisted of a commercial law update followed by peer to peer sharing of insight.
Led by Iain Larkins, the commercial law update provided an overview of the top 5 legislative changes and top 5 contract case law changes over the last 12 months. Iain explored the practical impact of the changes and discussed how in-house lawyers should be preparing and responding.
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Key legislative changes
Key contract law changes
These cases suggest that parties seeking to imply terms into a contract will face an uphill struggle. Factors such as fairness and subjective intentions of the parties are unlikely to help.
Group Discussion and networking:
The delegates had the opportunity to meet their peers, share insights and discuss obstacles that they face in their work environment. They expressed an interest in replicating a similar format session in the future and shared a number of topics that they would be keen to explore.
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