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Construction disputes - a toolbox of how to avoid them and how to manage them in the early stages

United Kingdom - April 24 2015 Conflicts arise many times during the lifecycle of a construction project. The vast majority of those are resolved amicably between the parties…

Kathryn Coyne

A guide to the hottest topic in construction this year: smash and grab adjudications

United Kingdom - September 15 2015 To the extent that an adjudication topic can ever be considered as ‘hot’, then this is one. A ‘smash and grab’ adjudication as it has affectionately…

Simon Oats

Top three construction cases: April 2016

United Kingdom - April 19 2016 The Technology and Construction Court refuses a declaration that a Contractor is not obliged to pay Liquidated Damages until a determination by an…

Simon Oats

Maximising foreign investment protection for international construction & engineering projects

Global - October 15 2015 Recent years have seen an increase in the amount of cross-border activity in the construction and engineering sector, particularly in projects in…

Adjudication on large scale energy projects - is it available and if so, is it a sensible option?

United Kingdom - May 13 2015 This month, we look at the interesting question of the role that adjudication can, should and does play in the energy sector; as well…

Mary Anne Roff