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‘Known Unknowns’ will not affect the Wood v Capita approach to contract interpretation

United Kingdom - May 1 2018 In the recent case of (1) Colas Limited (2) VolkerHighways Limited (3) AECOM Infrastructure & Environment UK Limited -v- Transport for London 2018...

Alice Maloney.

The end of an era - is this the end of “smash and grab” adjudications?

United Kingdom - March 7 2018 A recent ruling by Coulson J represents a significant departure from the line of cases which paved the way for "smash and grab" adjudications. Since...

James Pickavance, Gregory Buckley, Jonathan Douglas.

Offshore Wind - Are you ready for the next generation?

United Kingdom - November 8 2016 Many offshore wind farms are reaching the end of their initial O&M period. Stakeholders are exiting and new parties investing. Defects that arose...

Lucy Frith, Kate Hencken, Rob McNabb.

Bribery, corruption and slavery: assessing the risk to your business

United Kingdom - June 17 2016 Recent years have seen a mirage of changes to the legal landscape of bribery, corruption and anti-slavery legislative practices. Making treacherous...

Adjudicator did not ‘predetermine’ issues - natural justice arguments

United Kingdom - February 9 2016 John Sisk & Son Limited (“Sisk”) has successfully obtained an order for summary judgment in adjudication enforcement proceedings in the Technology...

Lucy Frith.