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Nossaman LLP | USA | 13 Oct 2022

An inverse condemnation claim arising from a public project’s general construction activities requires a unique, peculiar, and substantial impact to property

When public projects are being constructed, surrounding property owners typically experience construction impacts, such as noise, dust, fumes…
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Borden Ladner Gervais LLP | Canada | 1 Aug 2022

2030 Emissions Reduction Plan and Canada's journey to net zero: part two

The government of Canada recently delivered its 2030 Emissions Reduction Plan. The plan outlines current and new policies by the federal government to meet its greenhouse gas reduction targets and, in some cases, associated funding. This article is the second in a three-part series that outlines certain strategies of the plan (supplemented by the recent federal budget) to further Canada's......
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Lexology PRO | Australia, Canada, China, etc. | 20 Jul 2022

Working in a heatwave: key health and safety requirements

Following “thermal comfort” guidelines, providing employee training and allowing remote working will help employers to protect their employees and fulfil their regulatory obligations.
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The Legal Director | United Kingdom | 18 Jul 2022

Construction and Engineering Disputes - The Dos and Don’ts Factsheet

Unfortunately, with construction and engineering projects, disputes are very common. So, if you do find yourself in this position, here is some…
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Browne Jacobson LLP | United Kingdom | 28 Jun 2022

Construction: Gold Standard Framework - seven months on

Seven months ago, the Independent Review of Public Sector Construction Frameworks was published. Commissioned by the Cabinet Office and led by…
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Stevens & Bolton LLP | United Kingdom | 15 Jun 2022

Can a pay less notice apply to two payment applications?

TCC confirms pay less notice requirements in Advance JV and others v Enisca Ltd [2022] EWHC 1152 (TCC). A recent case reminds us that a pay less…
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Gan Partnership | Malaysia | 10 May 2022

Limits to adjudicators' powers

Adjudicators are granted wide discretionary powers under section 25 of the Construction Industry Payment and Adjudication Act 2012. The High Court recently discussed whether there is a limit to the adjudicator's powers to "inquisitorially take the initiative to ascertain the facts and the law required for the decision", especially when such facts and law would have a significant impact upon......
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Osborne Clarke | United Kingdom | 14 Apr 2022

Back to basics: The Pre-Action Protocol for Construction and Engineering Disputes

The Pre-Action Protocol for Construction and Engineering Disputes governs parties' conduct before the issuing proceedings. The aim is to encourage…
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Lexology PRO | European Union, Global, United Kingdom, etc. | 25 Mar 2022

Russia-Ukraine crisis: trade restrictions in key industries (as of 25 March 2022)

A look at US, UK and EU restrictions on importing or exporting goods and services to/from Russia in the energy, luxury or essential goods, and technology industries.
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Fenwick Elliott Solicitors | United Kingdom | 24 Mar 2022

Material Prices and Availability: The Latest Construction Battlefield

The consequences of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine have joined forces with a surge in demand for construction products, Ofgem’s permitted energy price…
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