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Construction Law Update: Further case law on statutory adjudication as an attempt to injunct payment under a bond fails

Ireland - February 26 2021 A recent High Court decision has seen another first for statutory adjudication in Ireland as a Sub-Contractor sought to restrain payment to a…

Brian Gillespie, Ciara Dooley, Claudia O’Sullivan, Dearbhaile O’Brien, Enda Kerr, Fiona Ridgway, Fionn O’Dea, Karen Killoran, Katrina Donnelly, Kim O’Neill, Maeve Crockett, Niamh McGovern, Sinead Flanagan.

Courts sound stark warning about working at height

Ireland - February 26 2021 Falls from height remain the leading cause of death and serious injury among construction workers. What does health and safety law and guidance have…

Brian Gillespie.

Health and Safety Group Audio Briefing Series - Episode Two: Construction Update

Ireland - February 9 2021 The Health and Safety Authority has been very active in monitoring compliance with those measures and they are in addition to the existing…

Brian Gillespie, Katrina Donnelly.

Adjudication under the Construction Contracts Act 2013: can Judicial Review halt the process?

United Kingdom - December 22 2020 The Construction Contracts Act 2013 ("CCA") introduced the right for a party to a construction contract to refer payment disputes arising under the…

Brian Gillespie, Ciara Dooley, Claudia O’Sullivan, Dearbhaile O’Brien, Fiona Ridgway, Fionn O’Dea, Karen Killoran, Kate Monaghan, Katrina Donnelly, Kim O’Neill, Maeve Crockett, Mary Liz Mahony, Niamh McGovern, Sinead Flanagan.

COVID-19: What to Expect from a Health and Safety Authority (HSA) Inspection

Ireland - October 14 2020 The HSA reportedly carried out over 5,000 workplace inspections between May and September this year, the majority of which were Covid-19 related…

Deborah Spence, Deirdre O'Mahony, Kevin Langford, Louise O'Byrne.