Could the decision in a second adjudication be relied upon to defeat a petition to wind up an employer for failing to pay the sum awarded in an earlier adjudication?
Ian Yule looks at how the courts have interpreted clauses on good faith and co-operation in long-term maintenance contracts like PFI
Tony Bingham explains the ins and outs of GDPR compliance, and how to make sure you don’t fall foul of the new data rules
A new and momentous Supreme Court ruling makes ‘NOM’ clauses banning oral modification far more effective
John Hughes D’Aeth explains the protections offered to main contractors by a different kind of model form – the City of London Law Society’s newly published escrow agreement
Kieran Binnie explains how interim payment applications can be used to recover damages in advance
Andrew Wood of Taylor Wessing’s construction team explains why no one can afford to ignore the new data protection regulation rules that come into force today
Subcontractors should beware of disqualifying themselves from being covered by the contractor’s project insurance
Had the parties to a shipbuilding contract achieved a binding settlement?
Robert Akenhead highlights the dangers of a private conversation between one party in a case and the judge, arbitrator or adjudicator