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Matheson
Following on from our guide to Brexit and Contracts here, Julie Murphy O'Connor, Karen Reynolds and Gearóid Carey take a look ...
Matheson
For businesses trying to navigate the current Brexit landscape, one key consideration is the impact of events on their contractual relationships.
Norton Rose Fulbright Australia
The timing of strategic steps may significantly impact the balance of power between parties and can make or break a case.
Mayer Brown
Practical completion is easier to recognise than define.
Fenwick Elliott LLP
The Court of Appeal recently provided – for the first time in decades – a useful summary on practical completion in the context of construction contracts.
MJ Hudson
In this article we focus on some of the rights held by minority shareholders of a company incorporated in the UK, and how they can impact on the influence wielded by majority shareholders.
Gowling WLG
In 2018, we reported on the Technology and Construction Court judgment (TCC) in Mears Ltd v (1) Costplan Services (South East) Ltd (2) Plymouth (Notte Street) Ltd and (3) J.R. Pickstock Ltd
Dentons
In our December 2017 article What now for LIBOR in finance documents?, we considered the initial reaction of regulators, industry bodies and market participants to the prospect that LIBOR might no longer exist after 2021.
Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP
In a recent decision by the Technology and Construction Court (TCC), Judge Stewart-Smith has clarified the position when determining whether two adjudications are "the same or substantially the same"
Gowling WLG
Until the recent Court of Appeal judgment in Triple Point Technology Inc v PTT Public Company Ltd, the generally held view was that in delay cases where the contract works ...
Herbert Smith Freehills
In a recent decision, the Court of Appeal held that a clause providing for liquidated damages for delay did not apply where the contractor failed to complete the contracted work
Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP
This two-part webinar series explores the top construction court cases from 2018, to provide an understanding of the key developments in construction law and adjudication practice...
Ogier
This Q&A sets out an overview of the principal changes included in the revised version of the AIC Code of Corporate Governance (AIC Code) and why this will be relevant for boards of directors
Dentons
Following our successful campaign on blockchain, as part of our TechTalks series we are now focusing our attention on Robotic Process Automation (RPA).
Anderson Strathern LLP
Ever since the Brexit starting gun was fired back in June 2016 there has been much speculation surrounding the impact that exiting the European Union will have on business in Scotland.
Hewitsons LLP
In Oakley v Harper McKay Developments the High Court held that a Seller of an office block, to be converted into flats ...
Dentons
A year after its collapse, Carillion's insolvency continues to haunt both its supply chain and the wider UK construction industry.
Wright Hassall LLP
Farmers often have terms dictated to them by suppliers and buyers.
Gowling WLG
Following the important decisions in Grove last year, we review the latest judgment on payment and adjudications from the Technology and Construction Court (the TCC) in M Davenport Builders
Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP
At the moment the political and legal commentators in the UK are fixated on Brexit.
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Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP
In a recent decision by the Technology and Construction Court (TCC), Judge Stewart-Smith has clarified the position when determining whether two adjudications are "the same or substantially the same"
Gowling WLG
In the whirl of business, written agreements sometimes fail to track commercial developments; and when disputes then arise, parties may find that their contracts do not say what they thought they did...
Dentons
In our December 2017 article What now for LIBOR in finance documents?, we considered the initial reaction of regulators, industry bodies and market participants to the prospect that LIBOR might no longer exist after 2021.
Fenwick Elliott LLP
The construction industry enters 2019 a bit battered and bruised.
Gowling WLG
In 2018, we reported on the Technology and Construction Court judgment (TCC) in Mears Ltd v (1) Costplan Services (South East) Ltd (2) Plymouth (Notte Street) Ltd and (3) J.R. Pickstock Ltd
Goodman Derrick LLP
Indemnities are often one of the most heavily negotiated terms in a commercial agreement, but for non-lawyers their perceived advantages may not always be clear.
Gowling WLG
Unlike in many civil law systems, there is no general doctrine of good faith in English contract law. Parties can expressly agree to act in good faith, and there are certain categories of contracts...
Wright Hassall LLP
A contractor or designer can become liable for design in three main ways
Gowling WLG
Until the recent Court of Appeal judgment in Triple Point Technology Inc v PTT Public Company Ltd, the generally held view was that in delay cases where the contract works ...
Matheson
Following on from our guide to Brexit and Contracts here, Julie Murphy O'Connor, Karen Reynolds and Gearóid Carey take a look ...
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