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Payment limitation periods for works and services

United Kingdom - March 14 2018 In the recent case of ICE Architects Ltd v Empowering People Inspiring Communities 2018 EWHC 281 (QB), the English High Court considered whether the...

Julian Bailey, Katarina Sikorska, Michael Turrini.

Setting Aside Certificates for "Manifest Error"

United Kingdom - March 13 2018 In a judgment delivered last month, the English Court of Appeal considered the circumstances under which completion certificates under a PFI contract...

Julian Bailey, Luke Robottom, Michael Turrini.

Civil Liability of Arbitrators in the UAE - An Update

United Arab Emirates - March 2 2018 The Dubai Court of Cassation in its recent decision in Case 4842017 has set a new threshold for establishing the liability of arbitrators in civil...

Julian Bailey, Luke Robottom, Nirmeen Gul, Michael Turrini.

Exercising the Right to Terminate - Why Your Default Notice Matters

Australia, United Kingdom - February 7 2018 The right to terminate a construction contract for reasons such as poor performance is a crucial contractual right. However, if exercising the right...

Julian Bailey, Luke Robottom, Alice McDonnell, Michael Turrini.

'Time at large' argument unsuccessful where contract contains broad extension of time clause

United Kingdom - December 18 2017 In the case of Severfield (UK) Ltd v Duro Felguera UK Ltd (No. 2) 2017 EWHC 3066 (TCC), the Technology and Construction Court (TCC) in England and...

Julian Bailey, Luke Robottom, Michael Turrini.