The second in a two-part series looking into decarbonising the construction sector.
In an important decision, the Court of Appeal overturned a High Court judgment that had restricted the use of a quicker and cheaper means of resolving construction disputes.
For the first time, the TCC has provided guidance on the requirement in s.110A(2)(a) of the Construction Act that a payment notice must state the sum the payer “considers” to be due.
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.
Join Watson Farley & Williams for our ‘On Site’ Autumn Construction and development legal briefing on 6 October.
This article examines the decision Toppan Holdings Limited and another v Simply Construct (UK) LLP where the UK’s TCC has provided guidance on whether collateral warranties given on construction projects are “construction contracts” and whether an adjudication can be brought under collateral warranties.
Watson Farley & Williams has successfully represented PTT Public Company Limited – Thailand’s state-owned oil and gas company – before the UK Supreme Court in the case of Triple Point Technology, Inc v PTT Public Company Ltd.
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.
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 examines the need for a final account process in construction contracts, following a recent and important decision for all construction professionals.