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Adjudication and human rights, the law in England, United Kingdom *

United Kingdom - April 15 2013
The European Convention on Human Rights was enacted into U.K. Law by the Human Rights Act 1998. The Act appends a Protocol setting out a schedule of…

Co-authors: James Bremen, Tony Dymond, Miranda Ramphul, Mark Lloyd-Williams, Ann Levin.


Net contribution clauses: how are liabilities apportioned? This recent case may shed some light, the law in England, United Kingdom *

United Kingdom - January 10 2013
A Net Contribution clause is a provision that seeks to apportion liability between members of the construction team who have caused a third party (for…

Co-authors: James Bremen, Tony Dymond, Miranda Ramphul, Mark Lloyd-Williams, Ann Levin.


Control of Asbestos Regulations 2012 come into force on 6th April 2012 *

United Kingdom - April 2 2012
The Regulations, superseding the Control of Asbestos Regulations 2006, will shortly come into force and will narrow the class of works which are categorised as low risk and therefore exempt from the requirements to protect workers from the risks to exposure from asbestos at work.

Co-authors: James Bremen, Tony Dymond, Mark Lloyd-Williams, Ann Levin.


New limits for TCC cases *

United Kingdom - March 2 2012
The Technology and Construction Court ("TCC") has handed down a judgment indicating that, in future, only cases with a value above a certain level can be commenced in or transferred to the Court.

Co-authors: James Bremen, Tony Dymond, Mark Lloyd-Williams, Ann Levin.


Remedies for delay *

United Kingdom - January 9 2012
What can be done if a contractor is proceeding slowly but the contractual time for completion has not yet arrived?

Co-authors: James Bremen, Tony Dymond, Mark Lloyd-Williams, Ann Levin.


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