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Liabilities, Warranties and Hold Harmless clauses in the Oil & Gas industry

Event: Liabilities, Warranties and Hold Harmless clauses in the Oil & Gas industry

Speaker: Lorna Dawson Partner at CMS Cameron McKenna LLP

Venue: The Carnegie Lecture Theatre at the CEPMLP

Date and Time: Friday 27th February 2015 at 6:00 pm

Duration: 45 min approx. (including Q & A)

This hot topic was proposed by Professor Stephen Dow (Lecturer of National and Comparative Oil & Gas Law, Downstream Energy Law and Policy and Legal Framework for International Project Finance) and Roberto J. Strauss (alumni of the LL.M Petroleum Law and Policy, current Lawyer – intern at CMS Cameron McKenna LLP in Aberdeen) in collaboration with Jorge Arango. This seminar is an academic complement for those who intend to develop an Energy career, due to the importance of contractual understanding. I encourage all Masters students from the CEPMLP and the University of Dundee to attend to this priceless seminar; Lorna Dawson is a specialist Partner in this area of Law – currently working at BP on secondment. This seminar is a great chance also to network with Lorna about current situations in the Oil & Gas industry; she will be keen to assist you after the seminar in an small and informal networking reception. CMS Cameron McKenna is always committed to collaborate with students and professionals; delivering lectures, seminars and workshops all over the UK. The CEPMLP has been working closely with CMS for more than 15 years in the traditional UK Oil & Gas seminar held in St. Andrews every year in collaboration with Penelope Warne, head of CMS Cameron McKenna’s Energy practice worldwide and Judith Aldersey – Williams, Partner of CMS Cameron McKenna and also a member of the CEPMLP Trust with an active interest in the Graduate School and it operations.


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