Construction Partner Barry Hembling and Timothy Goyder give an analysis of recent court cases for the June issue of Construction Law Magazine.
The long-awaited UK government white paper “The Williams-Shapps Plan for Rail” has been published. It contains 62 commitments and in this article we explore some of the key points for the UK rail sector.
This article explores a recent TCC decision that has provided long overdue and important confirmation on how clauses excluding or restricting liability for breach should be interpreted.
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The new facility will include over 2,400 stores, restaurants and food courts, bulk-breaking areas, waste-separation docks, administrative offices and public facilities.
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 UK TCC judgment that highlights how the courts are willing to adopt a flexible approach to time bars in combustible cladding cases.
This article examines issues raised about whether an adjudicator’s decision can be settled by a “subject to contract” agreement, following an English High Court decision.
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.