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Thought Leadership: Innovation, Ethics & Disputes: A whistle-stop tour of hot topics in CCM

Published: 05 Jul 2019 Average Rating: 4.3 / 5 Print
 

Author: Sally Hughes, Tim Cummins

Dispute management, commercial innovation, managerial contracting, computable contracts and ethics - these were among the hot topics that senior practitioners and international academics debated at IACCM's recent Academic Symposium, hosted by the Leeds University School of Law.

 

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