Part 2: Paul Darling OBE QC summarises the decision of the Supreme Court in Triplepoint v PTT on liquidated damages

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Part 2: Paul Darling OBE QC summarises the decision of the Supreme Court in Triplepoint v PTT on liquidated damages


In this, the second of two parts, Paul Darling QC reports on the Supreme Court’s decision in Triplepoint  v PTT on the meaning of the word ‘negligence’ in a limitation… Read more »

CategoryPodcasts & Other Media Author Paul Darling OBE QC Date

Episode 4: Certificates and Payment


In this episode, David Sawtell discusses his chapter on payment and certificates with Paul Darling QC: The impact of the decision of the Supreme Court in Braganza v BP Shipping… Read more »

CategoryWilmot-Smith on Construction Contracts: The Podcast, Podcasts & Other Media Author Paul Darling OBE QC, David Sawtell Date

Episode 2: Adjudication


In this episode, David Sawtell discusses his chapter on adjudication with Paul Darling QC, looking at developments in the law and how it could continue to develop. How the decisions… Read more »

CategoryWilmot-Smith on Construction Contracts: The Podcast, Podcasts & Other Media Author Paul Darling OBE QC, David Sawtell Date

David Sawtell gives paper on causation on construction law to the Society of Construction Law


On 8 June 2021, David Sawtell gave his paper, ‘Causation in Construction Law: Time for a re-statement?’ on 8 June 2021. David set out to re-state how causation affects construction… Read more »

CategoryNews Author David Sawtell Date

Webinar to mark the publication of the Fourth Edition of Wilmot-Smith on Construction Contracts


We are delighted to invite you to an informal webinar to mark the publication of the Fourth Edition of Wilmot-Smith on Construction Contracts published by OUP. Join Richard Wilmot -Smith QC… Read more »

CategoryWebinars Archive Author Richard Wilmot-Smith QC, Paul Darling OBE QC, Michael McParland QC Date

Back To Back Payment Clauses Under UAE Law – by Alexander Burrell


Alexander Burrell discusses the key features of Back to Back Clauses under UAE law, a common feature of construction contracts in the Gulf region, and often an area of contention… Read more »

CategoryArticles, News Author Alexander Burrell Date

Decoding FIDIC and NEC Construction Contracts Series Part 1 – Force Majeure Claims and Disputes


Swee Im Tan will be speaking in the first episode of this series of webinars, hosted by Stephenson Harwood. The webinars seek to decode FIDIC and NEC contracts in a… Read more »

CategoryWebinars Archive Author Swee Im Tan Date

The effect of foreign jurisdiction clauses on the summary enforcement of UK adjudication awards in construction contracts


In the very interesting case of Motacus Constructions Ltd v Paolo Castelli SPA [2021] EWHC 356 (TCC), handed down on 22 February 2021 (see here) Judge Hodge QC determined: “the… Read more »

CategoryArticles, News Author Michael McParland QC Date

Wasted costs and hopeless jurisdiction claims


Today in the High Court in London Mr Justice Cavanagh dismissed a solicitor’s renewed application for permission to appeal against a wasted costs order made against them in the case… Read more »

CategoryArticles, News Author Michael McParland QC Date

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