This article examines whether the impact of COVID-19 pandemic may constitute a force majeure event under Greek law perspective and if so, how it may affect the performance of contractual obligations in the Greek jurisdiction
Court of Appeal confirms WFW’s landmark success on challenges to enforcement of adjudication decisions20 March 2020
The case is a landmark decision for the construction industry.
This was a complex tri-partite arrangement with Bondcare taking full control of Darrington’s operational care home business, and Target REIT taking over the real estate freeholds of five care homes.
New guidance has been provided by the Court of Appeal about when a construction project completes.
We discuss the newly clarified scope of the slip rule in the context of adjudication decisions. The briefing looks at the welcomed new scope of the rule and the consequences of using the rule to correct errors.
We are delighted to welcome Partner Barry Hembling to our Real Estate practice in London.
Where concurrent delay does occur, what must a contractor establish between the employer’s actions alone and the prevention of timely completion?
Why is the recent case Vinci Construction UK Ltd v Beumer Group so significant for the construction industry?
A recent Technology and Construction Court decision shows the potential risks associated with inviting an adjudicator to use the so-called ‘slip rule’ to correct his decision.
International law firm Watson Farley & Williams (“WFW”) has advised RAL Development Services (“RAL”) on its. . .