By Stephen Critchley
One of the greatest challenges for competition lawyers is persuading clients that the law is not only relevant to major PLCs.
The TCC has recently looked again at the question of whether there should be a stay of execution of an adjudicator’s award where the successful party in the adjudication is insolvent.
A net contribution clause seeks to limit the proportion of any loss or damage payable to the negligent party’s "fair share".
By Jane Hughes
The Local Democracy, Economic Development and Construction Act 2009 (the New Construction Act) was enacted on 12 November 2009. Part 8 made the long awaited changes to the Housing Grants Construction and Regeneration Act 1996 (the Construction Act).
By Jane Hughes
Many disputes involving residential building projects arise because of a failure to put in place a formal written contract before work begins and because the parties fail to agree on certain essential things, such as what work must be carried out.
The 50 page judgment in this case is a stark lesson in some of the realities and risks of litigation, and the vital importance of proper preparation for all concerned.
By Steven Loble
This experience provides first hand knowledge of how the law and procedure works in practice and enables us to meet clients' needs in securing testimony and documents for use at trial in foreign countries, particularly in the United States.
By Jane Lindop
If you are currently the holder of a liquor licence, public entertainment licence or night café licence and you have not yet applied for conversion of the licence, you need to take immediate action or you could risk losing your licence.
By John Simmons
If you are based in the UK and run a business website to sell or promote your products or services, then you need to make sure that you are meeting your legal obligations.