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Korean construction newsletter - Issue 2

South Korea, United Kingdom - October 4 2013 We hope you find this issue of the Newsletter helpful and interesting. In this edition, we take a look at the meaning of "completion"; and practical…

Co-authors: Mark Lloyd-Williams, Lewis McDonald , Thomas Walsh, Tom Marshall, Dana Kim.


South Korean courts twice refuse to enforce international arbitral awards

South Korea - September 23 2013 In our two previous blogs on South Korea we commented on the opening of the Seoul International Dispute Resolution Centre and noted that this…

Co-authors: Thomas Walsh.


Korean construction newsletter - issue 1

South Korea - August 31 2013 One of the most difficult aspects of contracting for an Employer is in dealing with defects following taking over. At this point the Contractor is…

Co-authors: Mark Lloyd-Williams, Lewis McDonald , Thomas Walsh, Tom Marshall, Dana Kim.


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, Nicholas Downing, 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, Nicholas Downing, Miranda Ramphul, Mark Lloyd-Williams, Ann Levin.

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