Rochford v Kilhan-[2020] EWHC 941 – final date for payment cannot be linked to invoices – Rebecca Drake successfully defeated a Part 8 claim in the TCC

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Rochford v Kilhan-[2020] EWHC 941 – final date for payment cannot be linked to invoices – Rebecca Drake successfully defeated a Part 8 claim in the TCC


In an important decision for the construction industry, Rebecca Drake successfully defeated a Part 8 claim in the TCC in a judgment which stated that under the Housing Grants, Construction… Read more »

CategoryNews, Articles Author Rebecca Drake Date

Bresco v Lonsdale in the Supreme Court: Initial Reflections


The resolution of disputes by means of adjudication is a central feature of the construction industry. It has generated a substantial body of case law. However, issues of construction adjudication… Read more »

CategoryNews, Articles Author Marion Smith QC, David Sawtell, Philippe Kuhn Date

Remote hearings and adjournment applications in the Business and Property Courts: Emerging Trends


English courts have long led the way in handling complex international commercial disputes. The specialist courts which are now known as the Business and Property Courts of England and Wales… Read more »

CategoryNews, Articles Author Samar Abbas Kazmi, Philippe Kuhn Date

Contracting and Coronavirus (3/3)


This article, the third in a series of three articles, considers the effect of the common law principle of frustration in the context of the impact of Coronavirus on the… Read more »

CategoryNews, Articles Author John Denis-Smith Date

Contracting and Coronavirus (2/3)


This article, the second in a series of three articles, considers the effect of Coronavirus on the contract regimes applicable to NEC forms of contract. Other articles cover JCT terms,… Read more »

CategoryNews, Articles Author John Denis-Smith Date

Contracting and Coronavirus (1/3)


In a series of three articles, John Denis-Smith will be considering the impact of the Coronavirus, in terms of the standard forms under JCT and NEC contracts and considering the… Read more »

CategoryNews, Articles Author John Denis-Smith Date

Off to Luxembourg again: Anti-Suit Injunctions and a “Right to be Sued” in your own domicile (Part Deux)


I have written previously about the 23 July 2019 decision of Lavender J. in Gray v Hurley [2019] EWHC 1972 (QB), in which the English court was asked by an… Read more »

CategoryNews, Articles Author Michael McParland QC Date

Singularis Holdings in the Supreme Court: The Quincecare Duty of Care is alive and well, while the case of Stone & Rolls Ltd is finally laid to rest


There is a “Happy Halloween” present from the Supreme Court for commercial fraud claimant litigators. In the important case of Singularis Holdings Ltd (In Official Liquidation) -v- Daiwa Capital Markets… Read more »

CategoryNews, Articles Author Michael McParland QC Date

“Hurley-Burly”: Anti-Suit Injunctions and “a right to be sued” in your own domicile under Article 4 of the Judgments Regulation?


In Gray v Hurley [2019] EWHC 1972 (QB) (23 July 2019) Mr Justice Lavender was asked to grant an anti-suit injunction to stop proceedings in New Zealand on the basis… Read more »

CategoryArticles Author Michael McParland QC Date

Exclusive Jurisdiction for Company Law Claims under Article 24 (2) of the Brussels I (Recast) Regulation: Akçil and others v Koza Ltd and another [2019] UKSC 40


On 29 July 2019, the Supreme Court handed down its decision in Akçil and others v Koza Ltd and another [2019] UKSC 40 (see Supreme Court judgment) unanimously overturning the decision of… Read more »

CategoryArticles Author Michael McParland QC Date

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