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Assigning a sub-contract on termination: Which rights is the contractor giving up?
How to avoid undesirable and unintended consequences when assigning sub-contracts ?
Construction & Insolvency webinar
Our webinar gives insight into how Covid impacts termination of contracts and insolvency of a member of the supply chain.
Common issues with termination of construction contracts
Taking a look at different ways of contractual termination as the consequence of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Construction and Development in the COVID-19 Era: Lessons Learned and How to Use them
Our recent webinar focusing on how challenges can become opportunities, particularly relevant as England has now entered another lockdown.
Omitting works from an NEC contract: Valuation under the contractual mechanism
Taking a look at the potential dangers of varying the scope of works and how such variations may be assessed under a construction contract.
Adjudicating Construction Disputes and Enforcement – Practical Tips for Insolvency Practitioners
Jason looks at adjudicating construction disputes and enforcement and offers practical tips for Insolvency Practitioners
Stay’in alive – Court accepts manifest injustice in granting stay
During the COVID-19 pandemic the construction industry works on tight margins and the risk of insolvency for contractors is high.
Modular construction: addressing deposit payments in building contracts
In this article we consider one such issue concerning payment protection for the employer.
Infra.law - Autumn 2020
Click here to read the latest edition of our construction and infrastructure publication, Infra.Law.
Offshore wind farms – how to properly interpret an indemnity?
The recent judgment of Gwynt y Môr OFTO Plc v Gywnt y Môr Offshore Wind Farm is an example of how the courts will interpret indemnities.
Decennial liability in the Middle East: What is it and does insurance cover it?
The liability arises when the construction is drawn-up by an architect or engineer to be carried out by a contractor.