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C&I Webinar and H&S Handout
The Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 sets out the overarching legal framework for health and safety legislation in the UK.
Registration opens for building safety fund to replace unsafe non-ACM cladding
Providing useful information regarding application for the Building Safety Fund which will remain open until 31 July 2020.
Indirect and consequential loss exclusions – is it time for change?
Discussing how parties should consider the drafting of any exclusion clauses and the types of losses they are trying to exclude.
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.