Infra. Law – February 2018
Welcome to the latest edition of Infra.Law bringing you legal and commercial insight into issues facing the domestic and international infrastructure sector.
Construct.Law is our sister publication which focuses on the UK construction industry.
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Escrow Accounts and Project Bank Accounts
This article considers how escrow accounts and project bank accounts may be used to mitigate the risk of insolvency.
Multi-tiered Dispute Resolution Clauses
Our construction expert, Michael O’Connor addresses multi-tiered dispute resolution clauses in relation to construction disputes.
Conflicts of Interest
Our team explores the recent case law involving a threatened procurement challenge in relation to HS2 Limited.
Concurrent delay and the Prevention Principle
In this article, we discuss the relationship between the prevention principle and concurrent delay in recent case law.
Ways of Escape - undoing PFI
Our construction expert Steven Carey considers how Labour’s proposal to bring PFI schemes back ‘in house’ could possibly be implemented.
News & Insights
Q&A: Who pays for fire-safe cladding?
Louise Clark and David Peachey look at who should pay for fire-safe cladding and when a rolling contract becomes a QLTA.
Don’t delay in documenting your disruption: court considers IT sourcing disputes and relief notices
The Court of Session in Edinburgh recently considered a dispute between an IT contractor supplying services to the Edinburgh City Council.
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