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By Robbie McCrea
On 12 - 13 October 2017 the European International Contractors ("EIC") met in Paris to discuss the Global Infrastructure Funding Gap.
By Jeremy Glover
At a packed International Contract Users' Conference held in London on 5–6 December 2017, FIDIC finally unveiled the second edition of the 1999 Rainbow Suite, Red, Yellow and Silver Books.
By Dr. Stacy Sinclair
Artificial intelligence ("AI") and technological advances are already reshaping the landscape of the UK construction industry.
By Claire King
The Government is currently running two parallel consultations aimed at encouraging best practice in fair and prompt payment within the construction sector. These are as follows:
By Jeremy Glover
The case of Glencore Agriculture BV (formerly Glencore Grain BV) v Conqueror Holdings Ltd provides a helpful illustration of the importance of reviewing the Notice requirements of the Contract strictly.
By Jonathan More
I have come to realise that one reason I enjoy providing blog updates in respect of Scottish case reports is that I appear to have what will be considered I am sure a somewhat unusual nostalgia when it comes to Latin.
By Dr. Stacy Sinclair
It seemed as if there might never be a reported case on BIM: perhaps because of the apparent transparency and/or collaboration inherent in BIM? In any event, here it is.
By Karen Gidwani
As Karen Gidwani explains, this year brought the conclusion to the long-running case of MT Højgaard A/S v. E.ON Climate and Renewables UK Robin Rigg and another ("MTH v. E.ON"). Fenwick Elliott acted for MTH.
By Jeremy Glover
With our office in Dubai flourishing, we have been keeping a careful eye on the latest developments in arbitration in the UAE region.
By Jeremy Glover
Under most formal contracts it is necessary for the Contractor to give notice of various matters as part of the process of seeking extensions of time and/or loss and expense.
By Jeremy Glover
Claims revolving around concurrent delay are a frequently encountered problem in construction contracts. As Jeremy Glover explains, the problem of concurrency typically arises when...
By Jeremy Glover
The year 2017 will see the introduction of new editions of the FIDIC and NEC forms of contract.
By Sarah Buckingham
As Sarah Buckingham explains, one of the recurring themes in many of the contract negotiations we have seen this year relates to site conditions and who is to take this risk if they turn out to be unexpectedly adverse.
By Jeremy Glover
At a packed International Contract Users' Conference held in London on 5-6 December 2017, FIDIC finally unveiled the Second Edition of the 1999 Rainbow Suite, Red, Yellow and Silver Books.
By Andrew Weston
In February 2017, in Carillion Construction Ltd v Emcor Engineering Services Ltd,1 the Court of Appeal had the opportunity to consider a novel issue in relation to extensions of time: how extensions of time after the date for completion are applied.
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