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Conditions precedent - Richard Booth, HFW

Conditions precedent - Richard Booth, HFW Using real-life examples which expose the problems, what makes a condition precedent stand up in court, e.g. being timed out of adjudications, late submissions of final accounts, claims for EoT?

Final account disputes - Sarah McCann, Hardwicke

Final account disputes - Sarah McCann, Hardwicke How do you gain an edge in final account disputes in light of ICI v Merit Merrell Technologies? What evidence do you need and what are the obligations of your experts?

Alliance contracts - Nigel Blundell, Pinsent Masons

Alliance contracts - Nigel Blundell, Pinsent Masons Drawing on live projects, how do you control - and overcome - practical difficulties with the new forms of alliance contracts, i.e. the NEC4 Alliance and the FAC1?

BIM protocols - David Rintoul, Clarkslegal

BIM protocols - David Rintoul, Clarkslegal How do you protect yourself from the legal and technical challenges of applying the BIM protocols in construction contracts, especially data ownership and data accuracy?

Pay Less Notices - Seb Oram, 3PB

Pay Less Notices - Seb Oram, 3PB Against a back-drop of recent and live cases, how is the Court interpreting pay less notices under NEC3 and JCT, i.e. timing, procedure, form and content?

Recovery of loss - David Pliener, Hardwicke

Recovery of loss - David Pliener, Hardwicke Where is the limit on recovery of loss, particularly economic loss, for contractors and clients? What factors will sway a court in your favour?

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