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Economic loss actions still on track

United Kingdom - June 13 2011 The law is the embodiment of common sense: or, at any rate, it should be.

Chris Duff.

Set-off and adjudicator’s awards

United Kingdom - August 10 2012 Two recent cases in the Technology and Construction Court (TCC) have considered the enforcement of an adjudicator's decision, where the 'losing' party claims set-off.

Chris Duff.

Bonds: advanced payments can result in discharge of bondsman

United Kingdom - January 22 2013 An advanced payment of the price due under a building contract could discharge a bondsman from its obligation to make payment under a bond, unless…

Chris Duff.

Split decisions could be an adjudicators' best option

United Kingdom - October 12 2010 A recent case in the Technology and Construction Court has decided that an adjudicator's decision made partly without jurisdiction rendered the whole decision unenforceable.

Nesreen Osman.

'Insist on your right to sist'

United Kingdom - March 17 2010 As highlighted in our recent newsletter the Arbitration (Scotland) Act 2010 was passed by the Scottish Parliament on 18 November 2009, received Royal Assent on 5 January 2010 and is expected to come into force in the next few weeks.

Gavin Thomson.