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Be careful what you say the erosion of the sanctity of the ‘Without Prejudice’ rule
  • Nabarro LLP
  • United Kingdom
  • April 20 2011

When parties enter discussions to try and resolve a dispute they may state that such discussions are "without prejudice", preventing the other party from later raising them in evidence in any proceedings


Concurrent delay: back to basics (again)
  • Nabarro LLP
  • United Kingdom
  • October 26 2010

During a construction project, a number of events are likely to have arisen that appear to have delayed completion


Just because it might be wrong, that doesn't mean it's unjust: the courts will enforce quick-fire adjudication decisions
  • Nabarro LLP
  • United Kingdom
  • March 8 2010

Statutory adjudication of disputes over construction contracts was introduced to counter unacceptable delays and expense in traditional dispute resolution processes


NHBC buildmark cover homeowners may not be required to give written notification of defects
  • Nabarro LLP
  • United Kingdom
  • November 1 2011

This article considers the potential liabilities facing developers under the National House-Building Council (NHBC) Buildmark insurance scheme in respect of defects found in their buildings in the wake of the recent decision in Harrison and others v Shepherd Homes Ltd and others in the Technology and Construction Court


Adjudication does a withholding notice have to be issued in order to raise a counterclaim?
  • Nabarro LLP
  • United Kingdom
  • November 1 2011

In deciding disputes in relation to payment under construction contracts, adjudicators have often taken the view that, in order to withhold any sums under the contract, a valid withholding notice must be issued