Ted Lowery

Case in focus: Hitachi Zosen Inova AG vs John Sisk and Son Ltd

2019-04-18T05:00:00+01:00By Ted Lowery

Ted Lowery considers a decision on serial disputes


Acquisitions: highly rewarding, but be pragmatic about the time and cost involved

2019-04-17T05:00:00+01:00By Sheena Sood

Sheena Sood considers the due diligence necessary to ensure a successful acquisition

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Taking BIM to a whole new level

2019-04-04T06:00:00+01:00By Simon Lewis

BIM is going global, with the launch of a new international standard – this is the future of construction

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The VAT domestic reverse charge for construction is changing in October - here's what you need to know

2019-04-04T06:00:00+01:00By Colin Laidlaw and Rupert Moyle

Colin Laidlaw and Rupert Moyle explain the new VAT domestic reverse charge for construction services

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Out of commission: dealing with disputes on oral contracts


How one dispute regarding oral contractual arrangements ended up before the Supreme Court

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Legal: the fluctuations of Brexit in building contracts


Entering a building contract while Brexit is pending demands close attention to fluctuation provisions

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Adjudications: smashed but not grabbed

2019-03-28T07:33:00+00:00By Theresa Mohammed1 comments

A new ruling on smash-and-grab adjudications has further complicated matters

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A contract is not a state of mind


Starting work without a proper contract is common practice, but it’s what’s on paper that counts, not what’s in your head

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Scope of delay-related losses

2019-03-21T11:37:00+00:00By Philip Duffield

Philip Duffield on an important ruling allowing recovery of delay losses in addition to liquidated damages

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Time at Large: Time for a rethink

2019-03-21T11:32:00+00:00By Hamish Lal

The orthodox view on how employer delay affects its entitlement to damages has been shown to be quite wrong

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