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05 November 2018
Samuel Moss Employer termination of a construction contract

Switzerland - LALIVE

Terminating a construction contract is the last resort for employers frustrated by delays, defects or other problems. Three recent Supreme Court cases illustrate some of the pitfalls of termination for employers. In all three cases, the employers' attempt to terminate for cause was construed as termination for convenience, exposing the employers to significant liability towards the contractors, including for lost profits.

Author: Samuel Moss
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Upcoming event

ABA International Conference 2018

7-9 November – Mexico City

You are cordially invited to attend the Section of International Law’s annual Fall Conference in Mexico City. The conference, to be held at the InterContinental Presidente, presents an excellent opportunity to network and engage with a wide range of industry experts. If you conduct business in Latin America, this is a must-attend event. In addition to a fantastic programme covering hot topics and recent developments in international trade and investment, this conference will feature several evening events, including receptions at Castillo de Chapultepec and Museo Rufino Tamayo – locations which are sure to highlight Mexico’s culture and history. Stay around for tours or participate in our engagement day comprising a range of volunteer activities. Attendees are invited to join an opening plenary session on international ethics, plus more than 60+ CLE programmes on topics such as trade, dispute resolution, business, investigations and corporate matters, as well as other sector-specific topics.

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