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May, 2019
Nicholas Kaplan

This article seeks to assess the degree to which the decisions in Grove have unloosened that knot, or merely entangled us in other, related, difficulties. 

May, 2019
Dean Sayers

Following ISG Construction Ltd v Seevic College [2014] EWHC 4007 (TCC) most of us are all too familiar with the concept of default payment notices and subsequent ‘smash and grab’ adjudications.   

May, 2019
Richard Booth

Notes from our Chairman Richard Booth.

May, 2019
Lawrence Davies

Uncertainty about timing of the value adjudication has the potential to undermine the effectiveness of the amendments to the payment provisions of the Construction Act because it might be open to the payer to start a value adjudication and get a decision in its favour as quickly as the payee could enforce its right to payment of the notified sum.  

May, 2019
Dean Sayers

This article surrounds the case of a 'smash and grab' adjudication which was very the subject of joined enforcement and part 8 proceedings before Waksman J in the Technology and Construction Court (TCC) earlier this year.  

December, 2018
JR Hartley

I was recently talking over lunch with a solicitor who regularly represents small and medium sized contractors in adjudications. The direction of our conversation turned to the subject of adjudicators nominated by ANBs.

December, 2018
Glenn Godfrey

Another great conference! Well organised – especially occurring the day after the decision in Grove was handed down; could not have been much better timed. 

December, 2018
Jeremy Glover

Back in the day, when adjudication enforcement cases were first coming before the courts, and practitioners and Judges were regularly grappling with issues which were new, in the legal sense of being without precedent or guidance, one of the major areas of contention, was what actually constituted the dispute in question. 

December, 2018
John Riches

To retain respect for sausages and laws, one must not watch them in the making. (Otto Von Bismark, 1869)

December, 2018
Jocelyn Lim

The year 2017 witnessed considerable development in case law on statutory adjudication in Malaysia.

December, 2018
Rachel Gwilliam

The second part of an article begun in the Summer 2018 edition of this newsletter.

December, 2018
Richard Booth

Notes from our Chairman Richard Booth.

August, 2018
JR Hartley

Adjudication is the construction sector’s dispute resolution method of choice for several reasons. It is quick, comparatively simple, cost-effective and private.

August, 2018
Mark Entwistle

Court judgments from adjudication cases are numerous, though not always significant in directing the practice of the process of adjudication or the practices of adjudicators.

August, 2018
Tim Willis

Notes from our Chairman Tim Willis.

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