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Union launches employment status legal challenge

18 Apr 2017: Unite, the UK’s largest trade union, has launched a legal appeal case at the Employment Appeals Tribunal (EAT) in a bid to clarify employment status in the construction industry. more »

Safeguarding contracts on the shifting sands of Brexit

11 Apr 2017: With so many uncertainties surrounding the UK’s departure from the European Union, how can construction companies keep contracts secure? Joseph Bond, managing director of claims consultant Kenzie Group, offers some advice. more »

When to challenge adjudication decisions

10 Apr 2017: Dissatisfied with an adjudicator’s decision? It might be best to think twice before acting, warns Mike Plews of law firm Irwin Mitchell. more »

Advice on payment practice reporting

15 Mar 2017: Payment practice reporting brings legal and reputational risks. John Cleaveley, national head of construction at Weightmans LLP, offers advice. more »

Crest Nicholson loses tax avoidance case

13 Mar 2017: A tax tribunal has ruled against a stamp duty land tax (SDLT) avoidance scheme used by Crest Nicholson, one of the UK’s largest house builders, meaning it will have to pay the £1.3m it owes. more »

Another ‘smash and grab’ adjudication?

6 Mar 2017: Mike Plews of Irwin Mitchell reports on Kersfield Developments (Bridge Road) Ltd v Bray and Slaughter [2017] EWHC 15 (TCC). more »

Boost for developers from business rates rulings

2 Mar 2017: Property developers across the UK who have been disputing the level of business rates they pay on buildings undergoing renovation have been boosted by a Supreme Court ruling. more »

What you need to know about the National Living Wage

24 Feb 2017: In April 2017 the government’s National Living Wage rises from £7.20 per hour to £7.50 per hour for those aged 25 and over – but it is not as straightforward as it might seem. Richard Piper, head of construction at law firm Gordons, explains. more »

Pimlico Plumbers loses employment status appeal

10 Feb 2017: Pimlico Plumbers has lost its appeal about the working rights of an employee that was technically self-employed. more »

Defining fit for purpose

12 Dec 2016: Lawyer Mark Clinton ruminates on the implications of Fluor's victory over ZPMC in the case of the cracked monopiles. more »

Costs recoverability under the Construction Act

15 Nov 2016: Are adjudication costs now recoverable under the late payment legislation? It might be safer to assume they are not, advises Michael Frisby, partner at Stevens & Bolton LLP more »

Construction litigation costs continue to rise despite reforms

11 Oct 2016: An analysis of the insurance claims of big contractors reveals that insurance claims within the construction industry continue to rise. more »

Requirements of a valid payment application

6 Oct 2016: Pamela Chan reports on the recent case of Jawaby Property Investment Limited v The Interiors Group Limited [2016] EWHC 577 (TCC). more »

Adjudication proves no panacea

8 Sep 2016: Just how cost effective is adjudication? Mark Clinton reports more »

New guidance on electronic signatures on commercial contracts

11 Aug 2016: The Law Society and the City of London Law Society company law teams have published updated guidance* on the execution of legal documents using electronic signatures. Sarah Phillips, real estate associate with law firm of Irwin Mitchell LLP, reports. more »

Limitation and court fees – an unexpected consequence

10 Aug 2016: A recent case suggests the value of claims can be amended after limitations have expired. Digby Hebbard and Douglas Simpson explain. more »

Jail becomes standard for Gas Safe breaches

23 Jun 2016: Another plumber has been given a suspended prison sentence for carrying out gas fitting work while not on the Gas Safe Register. more »

Murphy v Maher adjudication lesson

22 Jun 2016: A recent dispute between Murphy and a muckaway subcontractor throws up a lesson in drafting dispute resolution clauses. Theresa Mohammed reports. more »

Most successful construction lawyers revealed

16 Jun 2016: A legal analytics firm has studied three years of court cases in the Technology & Construction Court and named the barristers and solicitors’ firms with the best win ratio. more »

Less than final settlement

2 Jun 2016: Settlement agreements are themselves prone to generating disputes. Solicitors Digby Hebbard and Christian Charles report. more »

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