Watson Farley & Williams invites you to the next event in our On-Site Construction webinar series.
In this article we reflect on the implications of the Supreme Court decision in the Tate Modern case for the wider laws of tort and planning.
Dev Desai and Alexander Mulroney consider whether a freeholder’s litigation costs from challenging neighbouring development plans can be recovered from its leaseholders through the service charge.
This article assesses the imminent changes to landlords’ remedies (including forfeiture) when pursuing rent arrears owed by their commercial tenants.
This highly anticipated publication by the UK government introduces an arbitration scheme in order to resolve the rent arrears for mandated closures and restrictions.
The Covid-19 pandemic has required the Courts to grapple with novel questions regarding the renewal of commercial leases. This article explores some of the most impactful decisions on contractual risk allocation and valuation.
This webinar is for building owners and residents and anyone with an interest in construction and development in any asset class, and who is looking to manage risks from contract placement, advice on live projects or dispute avoidance.
The decision will be of interest to all commercial parties whose businesses have been impacted by government measures in response to the pandemic.
This article examines the UK Supreme Court’s decision on the coverage provided by Business Interruption insurance policies in relation to losses arising out of the Covid-19 pandemic and resulting government measures.
This article examines the English High Court’s decision on the coverage provided by Business Interruption insurance policies in relation to losses arising from the Covid-19 pandemic and resulting Government measures.