Construction


Marion Smith QC & John Denis-Smith to present a seminar on “Trends and Innovation in ADR: The Next 5 Years”


Marion Smith QC and John Denis-Smith will present a seminar jointly hosted by The Professional Negligence Lawyers Association, Property Litigation Association and the Society of Construction Law on “Trends and… Read more »

CategorySeminars Author Marion Smith QC, John Denis-Smith Date

Ben Olbourne speaks to the Malaysian Institute of Arbitrators on “Multi-Tiered Dispute Resolution Clauses”


Ben Olbourne presented a seminar to the Malaysian Institute on Arbitrators on Multi-Tiered Dispute Resolution Clauses” on 19 April 2017.  The seminar was hosted by the Kuala Lumpur Regional Centre… Read more »

CategoryNews, Seminar Archive Author Ben Olbourne Date

Alexandra Bodnar successfully defends TCC Part 8 claim for declarations arising out of adjudicator’s decision: Aecom v Staptina


Alexandra Bodnar, instructed by Walker Morris LLP, represented the successful defendant subcontractor, Staptina, in this TCC claim for declarations sought by the contractor that an adjudicator had exceeded her jurisdiction… Read more »

CategoryNews Author Alexandra Bodnar Date

39 Essex Chambers co-sponsoring and speaking at “Tracing a construction case” seminar – Sydney


39 Essex Chambers will be co-sponsoring, along with The Lighthouse Club, a seminar on ‘Tracing a construction case’ in Sydney on the 3rd April 2017. David Bateson and Ben Olbourne… Read more »

CategorySeminar Archive Author David Bateson *, Ben Olbourne Date

Oops! Sent out the wrong attachments to the contract? A helpful reminder of when you can claim rectification – Rachael O’Hagan (Practical Law Construction Blog)


Commercial and construction contracts can be complex and fairly voluminous and the documents forming the contract can often run to a number of files, or more. During the tendering process,… Read more »

CategoryNews, Articles Author Rachael O'Hagan Date

You say ‘potato’: What do we mean when we call someone an ‘architect’? – John Denis-Smith (Construction News)


The definition of what an ‘architect’ is isn’t always clear – and not setting it down in writing can lead to serious difficulties, John Denis-Smith explains in Construction News (3rd… Read more »

CategoryNews Author John Denis-Smith Date

Are Oral Variations worth the paper they aren’t written on – John Denis-Smith, Practical Law Construction Blog.


John Denis-Smith’s blog “Are Oral Variations worth the paper they aren’t written on” can be read on the Practical Law Website here. It covers three 2016 cases which have establish… Read more »

CategoryNews Author John Denis-Smith Date

Karen Gough speaks at the CIArb DAS Convention


Karen Gough spoke at the CIArb DAS Convention on Friday 2nd December, which was held at the offices of Reynolds Porter Chamberlain LLP. Karen’s talk was on ethics and conflicts… Read more »

CategoryNews Author Karen Gough Date

Rachael O’Hagan speaks at The White Paper Construction Law for Surveyors Conference


Rachael O’Hagan spoke on “What is the value of JCT subcontracts?” at The White Paper Construction Law for Surveyors Conference on the 30th November 2016. To view Rachael’s slides, please… Read more »

CategorySeminar Archive Author Rachael O'Hagan Date

But what about my adjudication costs? Rachael O’Hagan (Practical Law Construction Blog)


Despite the relatively short timetables applied in adjudications, adjudication costs can still be substantial. Significantly, in the absence of an effective agreement to the contrary, the Construction Act 1996 is silent… Read more »

CategoryNews, Articles Author Rachael O'Hagan Date

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