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Victoria Peckett is partner in, and co-head of the construction and engineering team at, CMS UK
Victoria Peckett points out that the Swansea stadium defects case highlights how altering provisions in standard forms can have unfortunate results
Victoria Peckett draws lessons from two recent cases on the defences available against claims under collateral warranties
Victoria Peckett describes a case where a strategy to push a contractor into insolvency to resolve a dispute seriously backfired
Victoria Peckett considers whether termination-at-will clauses provide a get-out-of-jail-free card
Victoria Peckett considers the relative merits of prospective and retrospective delay analysis, in the light of recent court rulings
Victoria Peckett explains how to distinguish between a payment guarantee that applies only in the event of a default and one that can be invoked on demand
A recent case involving a vessel running aground has led to a significant decision regarding recovering damages after an insurance claim
In the last of our series on how the credit crunch is affecting construction firms, we look at how to minimise the damage from terminating a contractor’s engagement
If your contractor becomes insolvent, you may need to terminate its engagement and finish the job some other way. But how do you make sure it doesn’t get messy?
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