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Be careful what you wish for when it comes to a question of jurisdiction. Whether an adjudicator correctly identifies an issue as something which he or she has jurisdiction to
BREXIT – Five Tips for preparing for the end of transition Building Magazine reports that “The government has drawn up a list of the top five things construction needs to know
Lost in Politics 2019 – still in transition and that political uncertainty. It is ironic that, on the day the elected government suffered the greatest defeat in modern times, creating
Nobbling the nomination (or the abuse of the adjudicator appointment process) – time for statutory intervention or guidance?
Nobbling the nomination (or the abuse of the adjudicator appointment process) – time for statutory intervention or guidance? Getting an adjudicator In order to have an adjudication you have to have
Unlocking Payment Disputes – Payment Notices and Adjudication. The construction sector has been notorious for late payment and non-payment for many years. So much so, that the government has intervened
BIM Disputes – What are they and how will we resolve them? This is the first of a series of articles in which I will explore the challenges that will