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Let It Be - Liverpool Registry of TCC considers impact of COVID-19 extensions on hearing dates
Exploring the impact of COVID-19 extension on TCC's decisions and scheduled hearing dates.
Co-operation beyond Covid: EU Commission review of Horizontal Co-operation Framework
This note reports on some of the highlights of the Commission's feedback, which will help inform its ultimate decision.
COVID-19 – Suspending construction works, time and money
Understanding the impact of COVID-19 on construction contracts.
Expert witnesses – what is the scope of their duty?
James Worthington and Karen Morean write for Practical Law Construction on the duties of firms providing expert witness services.
Co-operation and competition in a crisis: EU Temporary Framework on Competition Law and Coronavirus
The EU Commission issued its temporary guidelines on the application of competition law to business co-operation during Coronavirus.
Government sets out proposals for new building safety measures to implement the Hackitt Report
Government's proposal for a reformed building safety regulatory system in its response to the Building a Safer Future consultation.
Hybrid contracts - Should payment notices distinguish between sums due for construction operations and non-construction operations?
Following a recent case, the Court of Appeal considered hybrid contracts again in the context of the payment provisions in the Act.
No stopping the action says TCC in first COVID-19 adjudication judgment
The TCC has provided the first word on the impact of the current COVID-19 crisis on the running of adjudications.
Procuring in a pandemic: Cash-flow, Contracts, Construction, Cards and (Curtailing) Competition
The UK Crown Commercial Service released three Procurement Policy Notes (PPN) to assist public purchasers with COVID-19 created challenges.
Government introduces the Fire Safety Bill
Parliament presented the Fire Safety Bill on 25 March 2020, which will be of particular concern to multi-occupied residential premises.