Browse our latest media coverage below.
Steven Carey writes for Building on whether a company can provide expert services in claims for and against the same party
A recent appeal case looked at whether a company can provide expert services in claims for and against the same party.
Andrew Keeley writes for Building on the consequences of a liquidated damages clause being unenforceable
Parties often agree to predetermine the level of damages that an employer is entitled to claim in the event of late completion.
David Savage quoted by Construction Law on the confusion over construction contract liabilities arising from Covid-19
An increase in construction disputes relating to time and cost impacts of Covid-19 related project impacts has been seen.
Niel Coertse writes for the Practical Law Construction Blog on conditional payment clauses in the UK and Middle East
Conditional payment provisions are prohibited in the UK, but in the Middle East, 'pay when paid' provisions play a significant role.
Steven Carey writes for Building on the law that governs arbitration agreements international construction contracts
James Worthington and Carolyn Davies write for Building on ways to challenge liquidated and ascertained damages clauses
David Savage quoted by Property Week on building cladding and fire safety in the wake of the Grenfell Tower fire
Paul Henty writes for New Law Journal on the state of play of the Brexit negotiations and the impact on businesses if a deal is not reached
James Worthington and Vanessa Jones write for Building on the scope to omit works under a building contract
Steven Carey writes for Building on the Supreme Court's decision in Bresco v Michael J Lonsdale