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The Basics: How To Enforce A Domestic Judgment In England & Wales
Whilst receiving a judgment in your favour may feel like the culmination of a potentially lengthy legal process, it may be just the first step (though an important one) on the path to financial recovery.
UK
21 Aug 2019
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The Basics: What Documents Must Be Disclosed To An Opponent In A Dispute?
One of the distinguishing features of litigation in England and Wales is the process of disclosure, whereby the parties to a claim must identify and make available to each other documents that help their own case...
Canada
21 Jun 2019
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The Basics: Limitation & Commencing Proceedings - How Long Do I Have To Make A Claim?
While parties are encouraged to take pre-action steps to resolve their disputes without recourse to the courts (and many are able to).
Canada
3 Apr 2019
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When Can A Force Majeure Clause In A Contract Be Relied On?
In times of economic and/or political uncertainty, parties to construction contracts may consider whether they have a right to rely on force majeure provisions as a justification ...
UK
22 Aug 2018
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Limiting The Contractor's Design Liability Under NEC Wording: Does It Leave You Exposed?
In the Scottish decision of SSE Generation Limited v Hochtief Solutions AG [2018], a first instance decision has been overturned in part, holding the Contractor liable under NEC2 ...
UK
15 May 2018
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The Basics: What Should A Dispute Resolution Clause Say?
Parties embarking on a new commercial venture together are often positive about their relationship and focused on making it work to their mutual benefit.
UK
19 Apr 2018
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The Basics: What Are The Key Points On Contractual Interpretation?
In this article, we cover the basics of contractual interpretation, address common queries and explain what you can do to protect your position.
UK
14 Mar 2018
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Supreme Court Confirms Breach Of Contract Despite The Absence Of Negligence
The Supreme Court has today handed down judgment in the high-profile case of MT Højgaard v. E.ON Climate & Renewables.
UK
8 Aug 2017
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Ensure That Defined Terms Are Used Consistently; Ambiguity Can Be Costly
In the recent case of GB Building Solutions Limited (GB) v SFS Fire Services Limited (t/a Central Fire Protection) (SFS) [2017]...
UK
20 Jul 2017
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Contra Proferentem - Another Latin Principle Bites The Dust?
Contra proferentem is a legal principle which, broadly speaking, means that where there is ambiguity in a contract, a clause will be construed against the party who put it forward and seeks to rely upon it.
UK
20 Jun 2017
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Modern Slavery Act 2015 - Key Points To Know
Following on from our recent article on the issue of modern slavery in the construction industry, we have prepared a podcast highlighting the general application of the Modern Slavery Act 2015...
UK
10 Apr 2017
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