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By Robbie McCrea
The dispute mechanism in the 2017 Contracts follows on from a worldwide trend of promoting dispute avoidance over arbitration.
By Simon Tolson
TeCSA keeps these issues under regular review as the law and practice is ever moving.
By Jeremy Glover, Ahmed Ibrahim
The Federal Arbitration Act ("FAA") came into effect in the UAE on 16 June 2018.
By Jeremy Glover
Under the 2017 edition of the FIDIC Rainbow Suite, clause 19 which was headed "force majeure" has been replaced by clause 18, "exceptional events".
By Martin Ewen
The project fell into delay and Grosvenor referred a dispute to adjudication.
By Marc Wilkins
Concurrent Delay: Allocating the Risk
By Rebecca Ardagh
In June 2018, the Technology and Construction Court (likely) brought an end to what Fraser J could only describe as "some long running, and bitterly fought, litigation" with his decision in Imperial Chemical Industries Limited v Merit Merrell Technology Limited.
By Andrew Weston
In August 2018, in Michael J Lonsdale (Electrical) Limited v Bresco Electrical Services Limited (In Liquidation) Mr Justice Fraser had the opportunity in the context of CPR Part 8 proceedings to clarify whether or not ...
By Sarah Buckingham
There are potentially many issues lurking within the third-party agreements which may be foisted on to contractors.
By James Mullen
The uncertainty surrounding the effectiveness of NOM clauses was due to a number of factors.
By Victoria Russell
I really hope that wouldn't happen now.
By Lucinda Robinson
Simple contracts do not have to comply with any formalities.
By Simon Tolson
Let's get one thing straight at the start, the General Data Protection Regulation 2016/679 ("GDPR") does not apply to people processing personal data in the course of exclusively personal or household activity.
By Simon Tolson
In Part 1 of his article on GDPR, Simon Tolson explored the key underlying principles about how GDPR affects arbitrators and adjudicators. In Part 2 below, Simon discusses the application of those principles to dealing with personal data.
By Claire King
In June 2018 the NEC published its first Alliance Contract "designed for use on major projects or programmes of work where longer term collaborative ways of working are to be created".
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