Anne-Marie Winton on the strengthened regulatory powers the long-awaited pensions bill will contain
Francis Ho discusses the government’s proposals to improve redress for buyers of new homes
A new kind of ADR, called early neutral evaluation, aims to give parties an idea ahead of time about which way a dispute will go
Jill Hamilton considers what procurement approach is best for the construction of tall buildings in the light of the Hackitt report
Having raised a claim at an earlier stage does not necessarily entitle a subcontractor to raise the same claim later
With HS2 up in the air, it’s wise for those in the supply chain to review their contract position ahead of possible cancellation
Beginning our new series on the legal issues to consider when operating abroad, Alain Farhad, Mark McMahon and Ali Auda look at Dubai
Does a mediation clause in the contract make it unlawful to proceed directly to arbitration, even after termination?
What are conditions precedent meant to require from a contractor in a claim for extra time or money?
Ted Lowery considers an unsuccessful call on a personal guarantee