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Pioneer Cladding Ltd v John Graham Construction Ltd *

United Kingdom - November 20 2013
During 2011 John Graham Construction Ltd (“Graham”) was appointed main contractor for a new swimming pool and leisure facility in South Shields. The…


Costs management: what you need to know *

United Kingdom - October 15 2013
The Costs Management Pilot Scheme (the "Pilot") was launched in all Technology and Construction Courts and Mercantile Courts on 1 October 2011 and…

Co-authors: Nicholas Gould.


Costs management: to exempt, or not to exempt, that is the question *

United Kingdom - October 15 2013
One of the issues that has caused the most discussion, is whether the new costs regime is suitable for the largest cases - a discussion provoked by…


Highlands and Islands Airports Ltd v Shetland Island Council *

United Kingdom - February 22 2012
In this Scottish case the court considered whether an adjudicator consulting senior counsel for confirmation of a legal point, albeit informally and as a “freebie”, constituted a breach of natural justice.


Jones vs Kaney: expert witnesses lose immunity from suit *

United Kingdom - June 23 2011
Sue Kaney (the respondent) was a clinical psychologist who was instructed to act as the expert on behalf of Mr Jones (the appellant) in relation to his personal injury action following a road traffic accident.


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