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Hesketh Henry | New Zealand | 11 Feb 2020

Adjudication: Conflicts of interest with professional advisors

The last working day of 2019 saw another judicial review of an adjudication determination (Yousseff v Maiden 2019 NZHC 3471), this time focused on

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Fenwick Elliott Solicitors | United Kingdom | 5 Feb 2020

Can I omit that?

In this Insight we provide an overview of the rules governing an employer’s right to omit works from a contractor’s scope.1 In particular, we explore

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Herrington Carmichael LLP | United Kingdom | 21 Jan 2020

Construction Contracts- Are Milestone Payments Valid and Enforceable?

In an important recent decision, the courts have highlighted two important issues when it comes to payments in construction contracts: 1) Milestone

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White & Case LLP | United Kingdom | 7 Jan 2020

Allocation of Risk in Construction Contracts- January 2020

'Risk', in a project delivery context, can be defined as an uncertain event or set of circumstances that, should it occur, will have an effect on

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Shearn Delamore & Co | Malaysia | 12 Dec 2019

It's confirmed! CIPAA applies prospectively to construction contracts

After much anticipation, the Federal Court has finally confirmed that the Construction Industry Payment and Adjudication Act 2012 applies only to

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Miller Thomson LLP | Canada | 12 Dec 2019

When Courts will permit deviation from notice requirements

My last article explained that courts will generally enforce contractual notice requirements contained in construction contracts. This article will

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Miller Thomson LLP | Canada | 12 Dec 2019

Notice requirements in construction contracts

It is common for construction contracts to impose notice requirements on parties seeking to make claims in relation to the contract. Such

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BPE Solicitors LLP | United Kingdom | 21 Nov 2019

Another classic maritime case has important implications on the construction sector when it comes to force majeure

In this article, Katie Pickering considers when it may be possible to rely on your contractual force majeure clause. The article focuses on the

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Global Arbitration Review | Global | 31 Oct 2019

Allocation of Risk in Construction Contracts

‘Risk’, in a project delivery context, can be defined as ‘an uncertain event or set of circumstances that, should it occur, will have an effect on

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Gowling WLG | Canada | 30 Oct 2019

Time to mind the gaps: What lenders need to know about the new Construction Act (Ontario)

As of October 1, 2019, payments and disputes on construction projects in Ontario will be conducted very differently. Payments from owners to

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