Webinar: Interpretation and construction of contracts
Friday 31 March 2017
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The topics to be covered include:
- ‘Interpretation’ or ‘construction’?
- Canons of interpretation
- When will terms be implied?
- ‘Ambiguity’, ongoing debate and the latest High Court authority
- Written contracts compared to contracts not in writing
- What evidence is admissible when construing a contract?
Associate, Whittens & McKeough Lawyers and Consultants
Jonathan is a litigation and commercial lawyer with experience litigating in the Supreme Court of New South Wales, Federal Court of Australia, District Court and Local Court, Royal Commission and matters before the Takeovers Panel, as well as a number of commercial mediations. As a commercial lawyer, Jonathan has drafted a wide range of contracts in a variety of contexts including M&A, contracts with government agencies and not-for-profit organisations and complex commercial transaction agreements. As a litigation practitioner, Jonathan has been involved in the resolution of numerous commercial disputes, in which the construction of a contract is frequently a central issue.
Jonathan graduated with a Juris Doctor (Honours) from the University of New South Wales in 2012, receiving Dean’s list awards in Legal History and Statutory Interpretation.
In 2014, Jonathan served as the Associate to the Honourable Justice Jayne Jagot of the Federal Court of Australia.
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