Useful Construction Resources - Contracts


Adjudication with an Insolvent Party

26 July, 2020

Mr Adrian Williamson QC of Keating Chambers provided a useful talk in a webinar on the recent Supreme Court decision in Bresco Electrical Services Ltd (in Liquidation) v Michael J Lonsdale Electrcial) Ltd [2020] UKSC 25.

CRUX INSIGHT - Claims and dispute causation a digital perspective, a guide published by HKA based on research and experience. “To reduce the prevalence of disputes, our industry must better understand and manage complexity.”

5 July, 2020

I am very pleased to introduce CRUX, HKA’s integrated research programme, and our first CRUX Insight report. Its analysis provides valuable insights into claims and dispute causation for major capital projects around the world on which we have provided cl

Liquidated damages during Covid-19 pandemic - A webinar by Hawkswell Kilvington 30 April 2020

15 June, 2020

What are liquidated damages? The procedure for deducting. Serving notices.the effects of Covid-19. Concurrent delay. Has there been a change in the law?

JCT

Concurrent delay

NEC

LADs

Contract notices

COVID-19

Paying the price. An article by David Greenwood in the RICS Journal April / May 2020.

10 May, 2020

The collapse of Carillion in 2018 shone a spotlight on some of the murkier payment practices in the UK construction industry.

change

Payment

Part 36 offers to settle. A guide by Pinsent Masons 14 April 2020.

10 May, 2020

A straight forward short read on what a Part 36 offer to settle is.

Disputes

JCT official guidance on Covid-19

26 April, 2020

JCT paper on Covid-19 and JCT Contracts. Guidance from the authors of JCT contracts prepared by a past chair of JCT (Joint Contracts Tribunal).

JCT

Extension of time

loss and expense

Relevant Events

COVID-19

Relevant Matter

The best policy for PII cover.Three experts offer advice on how to approach your next renewal.

7 April, 2020

Widespread economic uncertainty, concerns over fire safety in the post-Grenfell era and a shrinking market have caused significant increases to professional indemnity insurance premiums.

Procurement

Specialist subcontractor

Sub contract

Risk

PI Insurance

WHO SHOULD HAVE WON S&T v GROVE IN THE SUPREME COURT? A Society of construction law paper.

5 April, 2020

Skeleton arguments for the mock Supreme Court hearing held on 21st January 2020 before members of the Society of Construction Law and the Technology and Construction Bar Association Anthony Speaight QC, Alexander Nissen QC Matthew Thorne and William Webb

Adjudication

Litigation