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Adjudication Matters - May 2019

United Kingdom - May 1 2019 In the case of Ove Arup and Partners International Ltd v Coleman Bennett International Consultancy plc 2019 EWHC 413 (TCC), the Technology &...

Stephen Radcliffe, Alex Jones.

Adjudication Matters - April 2019

United Kingdom - April 5 2019 In BM Services Inc Ltd v Greyline Builders Ltd 2018 EWHC 3884 (TCC), the Technology and Construction Court (TCC) held that an adjudicator had...

Stephen Radcliffe, William Kay.

Adjudication Matters - April 2016: Part 2

United Kingdom - April 26 2016 Fahstone Limited (Fahstone) contracted with Biesse Group UK Limited (Biesse) for Biesse to supply and install a woodworking machine (the Uniwin)...

Stephen Radcliffe.

Adjudication Matters - April 2016: Part 1

United Kingdom - April 15 2016 It is an established principle of adjudication that an adjudicator cannot make a decision on a dispute which has already been decided by a previous...

Stephen Radcliffe.

Adjudication matters August 2015: part 1

United Kingdom - August 12 2015 Since our last Adjudication Matters update in May this year (read Part 1 and Part 2here), the Courts have been considering the payment mechanism...

Stephen Radcliffe.