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01 May 2018

Construct.Law - Summer 2018

Welcome to the summer edition of Construct.Law

Welcome to our summer edition of Construct.Law bringing you legal and commercial insight into issues facing the construction industry. Please do get in touch to suggest future topics.

Our sister publication, Infra.Law focuses on the domestic and international infrastructure sector.

A whole new kind of building blocks

In this article, David Savage explains blockchain and explores how blockchain technologies could significantly impact the construction industry.

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Robotics in Construction: The Legal Issues

Our construction team discusses the growing use of automation and robotics in the construction industry.

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Legal responsibility and 3D printing

In this article, we address 3D printing in relation to the construction industry.

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Collapse of Carillion – implications for the private sector

Andrew Keeley discusses the demise of the UK’s second-largest construction company, Carillion and the significant implications for the private sector.

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Smash, grab but then return

Kyle Sethi provides an overview on the recent case law, Grove Developments v S&T in respect of a ‘smash and grab’ adjudication.

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Timing is everything

Our construction expert, Steve Carey explores a recent judgment which looks at the age-old question of when a cause of action accrues – alter it at your peril.

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When all risks insurance doesn't always cover all risks

A case between Leeds Beckett University and Travelers Insurance Company provides a reminder that all-risks insurance does not cover all eventualities.

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For more information please get in touch with David Savage via david.savage@crsblaw.com or +44 (0)1483 252 614.

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