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On Reflection: Agree to Inspect to Stay Out of Court.

Date: 12/11/2014 | Energy & Natural Resources

Laura Tainsh (Davidson Chalmers LLP) and Oliver Forster (Huth Dietrich Hahnand) chair the Renewables and CleanTech Business Initiative of Globalaw, an international network of law firms. In the November edition of Wind Power Monthly Laura and Oliver discussed how negotiations between wind-turbine sellers and buyers tend to focus on who takes the blame when something goes wrong. They should concentrate on avoiding anything going wrong in the first place by agreeing an escalating inspection regime.

You can find out more about their receommended approach here.

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LAURA TAINSH | Davidson Chalmers Stewart
Laura Tainsh

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