An important new decision from the English Technology and Construction Court shows how the courts are willing to adopt a common sense approach to assist parties owed money under construction contracts.
The operator of a large UK-based power station has successfully argued before the English Technology and Construction Court that it was entitled to withhold from retention for latter phases of work sums in respect of remedial works to earlier phases of that work.
In this article we discuss a recent UK TCC case in which the court considered an application to strike out parts of a cladding claim on the grounds that they were insufficiently particularised.
This article examines a recent case which provides guidance on the powers and proclivities of the English courts to resolve disputes concerning domestic construction operations.
This article explores a recent decision in which the High Court rejected the aircraft lessor’s hybrid interpretation of the jurisdiction provisions of the lease.
Rob Fidoe, Jack Moulder and Leah Alpren-Waterman feature in online legal news publication Law360.
In the recent case of Sevilleja v Marex Financial Ltd, the UK Supreme Court held that the “reflective loss” principle will only preclude claims by shareholders and will not extend to claims by other creditors.
In this article we discuss a recent case in which the English High Court found that an unqualified right to remove the defendant from its position under a ”relational” contract was not subject to an implied duty of good faith.
Andrew Hutcheon and Jack Moulder discuss the recent decision of the English Court of Appeal in Airbus S.A.S v Generali Italia concerning an exclusive jurisdiction clause in an airframe warranties agreement.