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Reducing risk through AI

2019-02-14T06:00:00+00:00By ,

In the first of two articles on the applications of AI  in construction law, Simon Tolson and Stacy Sinclair discuss risk management

Ted Lowery

Case in focus: expert evidence

2019-02-14T06:00:00+00:00By Ted Lowery

Ted Lowery considers the consequences of disregarding Part 35 of the Civil Procedure Rules

Cassandra Auld H&S

Building construction regulations are not the same in England and Scotland: what you need to know


Developers and contractors in England and Scotland need to be aware of the differences in two separate pieces of building regulation.

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Can irremediable defects prevent practical completion?


Lindy Patterson reviews the lessons of a recent case

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The devil is in the detail in pre-contractual documents


Louis Peacock-Young on the risks of appending pre-contractual documents to construction contracts


Lost profits? Then prove it


A damages claim for delay can include head office overheads and lost profit if certain conditions are met

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The complications of dual role clauses for adjudicators

2019-01-31T06:00:00+00:00By Akin Akinbode, Tracey Summerell

Akin Akinbode and Tracey Summerell consider whether adjudicators should wear two hats

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Build safe, not sorry


Stephanie Canham examines how the revised Building Regulations to limit cladding material use will affect construction disputes

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Legal: Not so privileged


Assuming that legal privilege extends to in-house lawyers can be a costly error

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When is it good to call out on fraud in adjudication proceedings?


If you’re going to use an allegation of fraud as grounds for a stay of payment on an adjudication award, get the timing right, writes Tony Bingham

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