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Construction Disputes
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LOIs - David Sears QC, Crown Office Chambers

LOIs - David Sears QC, Crown Office Chambers (Construction, London, 03.07.19) In the spotlight of Arcadis Consulting v AMEC [2018], what are the legal and practical consequences for drafting and responding to LOIs and pre-construction services agreements?

Retentions and PBAs (NTS) - Rudi Klein, Specialist Engineering Contractors Group

Retentions and PBAs (NTS) - Rudi Klein, Specialist Engineering Contractors Group (Construction, London, 03.07.19) How is market practice changing over retentions and project bank accounts following recent high-profile insolvencies? What do the trends show, with examples?

Retentions and PBAs - Rudi Klein, Specialist Engineering Contractors Group

Retentions and PBAs - Rudi Klein, Specialist Engineering Contractors Group (Construction, London, 03.07.19) How is market practice changing over retentions and project bank accounts following recent high-profile insolvencies? What do the trends show, with examples?

SSE v Hochtief, Jessica Stephens QC, 4 Pump Court

SSE v Hochtief, Jessica Stephens QC, 4 Pump Court (Construction, London, 03.07.19) With SSE v Hochtief bubbling away, how are you to distinguish between design obligations and workmanship obligations? What is and isn't insurable?

Contract interpretation - Max Wieliczko, HFW

Contract interpretation - Max Wieliczko, HFW (Construction, London, 03.07.19) Despite all the noise, how marked is the shift in approach to contract interpretation following Wood v Capita? Is it helping to resolve wording ambiguity and ambiguous phrases?

Conditions precedent - Lynne McCafferty QC, 4 Pump Court

Conditions precedent - Lynne McCafferty QC, 4 Pump Court (Construction, London, 03.07.19) Which way is the wind blowing for contractors wishing to avoid the consequences of conditions precedent, e.g. being timed out of adjudications, late submissions of final accounts, claims for EoT?

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