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Alliancing: What does the new NEC4 Alliance Contract have to offer?

United Kingdom - October 24 2018 In June 2018 the NEC published its first Alliance Contract “designed for use on major projects or programmes of work where longer term collaborative...


Expert Determination of Construction Disputes: The Pros and Cons

United Kingdom - August 9 2018 Kendall on Expert Determination defines expert determination as a means by which the parties to a contract jointly instruct a third party expert to...

Laura Bowler.


Know your position: An overview of the role of the certifier

United Kingdom - June 25 2018 Certifiers hold a key role in construction contracts. Certificates, statements and decisions issued by certifiers - whose titles include Contract...


The Bribery Act 2010: A Refresher

United Kingdom - April 19 2018 The Ministry of Justice’s guidance on the Bribery Act 2010 (the “Bribery Act”) from March 2011 stated the obvious when it wrote “everyone agrees that...


Who owns those goods? Unpicking the mess in a construction context

United Kingdom - March 1 2018 The insolvency of Carillion has placed into sharp relief the difficulties faced by those both up and down the contractual chain for a construction...