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Case in focus: stay of execution

2018-04-19T16:20:00+01:00By Ted Lowery

Were allegations of fraud sufficient to prevent enforcement of an adjudicator’s decision?

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Modern methods and the law

2018-04-18T06:00:00+01:00By Sheena Sood

The growth of offsite construction methods has a host of legal implications – we must plan ahead for that now

The pitfalls of 3D printing


In the fourth of our series on new technology, Rebecca Morjaria explains the legal considerations of 3D printing and who is responsible if it goes wrong

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Justice must be seen to be done


Simon Tolson explains how the updated provisions in TeCSA’s adjudication service improve transparency and impartiality

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Legal: Making BIM better

2018-04-06T16:13:00+01:00By Simon Lewis

Simon Lewis explains how a new report provides much-needed clarification on the legal issues of BIM

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Due diligence: spotting suppliers on the edge


You may not be directly affected by Carillion’s demise – but perhaps your subcontractors are. Chris Kirby-Turner advises on how to mitigate the risks to your own project

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Legal: What are indemnity clauses for?


Nicholas Baatz explains the potential effects of indemnity clauses in the new Red, Yellow and Silver Books

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Legal: Control brings responsibility


James Bessey explains the weighty responsibilities that can be placed on contractors under the 2005 fire safety regulations

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Legal: Timing is everything


A recent judgment looks at the age-old question of when a cause of action accrues – alter it at your peril

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Legal: Complications with termination

2018-03-15T06:30:00+00:00By Hamish Lal

Hamish Lal unpacks Sir Robert McAlpine’s recent court defeat on payment over a terminated contract for work at Centre Point Tower

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