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By Rebecca Ardagh
The ICC Report sheds light on whether or not users see it that way too.
By Dr. Stacy Sinclair
Wouldn't it be great to have a crystal ball to see into the future and understand the likely outcome of your dispute, before embarking on that costly adjudication or court proceedings?
By Jeremy Glover
On 7 May 2019 at the World Tunnelling Congress 2019, in Naples, FIDIC launched a new contract, the Conditions of Contract for Underground Works ("the Emerald Book").
By Toby Randle, Aleem O. Shahid
There have been monumental changes to KSA's legal landscape in recent years.
By Natalie Burton
The Supreme Court handed down a much-anticipated judgment on 10 April 2019, holding that parent companies domiciled in England can be sued in the English courts for alleged torts committed overseas ...
By Jesse Way
Only the issue of the Taking-Over Certificate will be examined in this article.
By Lucinda Robinson
A striking coincidence? On 24 June 2019: England beat Norway to secure a place in a World Cup semi-final and on 24 June 2018 England beat Panama 6-1 in the World Cup group stages, on route to a World Cup semi-final.
By Jonathan More
If you missed that article, please take some time out to review this.
By Jesse Way
The Court of Appeal recently provided – for the first time in decades – a useful summary on practical completion in the context of construction contracts.
By Jeremy Glover
PBS sought the summary enforcement of an adjudication decision in the sum of £1.8 million. Bester resisted on the basis that the decision had been procured by fraud.
By Dr. Stacy Sinclair
"Risk and contract management" may sound boring and tedious to some. However, when it comes to keeping on top of your construction contracts, nothing could be more important.
By Jonathan More
The construction industry enters 2019 a bit battered and bruised.
By Robbie McCrea
The dispute mechanism in the 2017 Contracts follows on from a worldwide trend of promoting dispute avoidance over arbitration.
By Simon Tolson
TeCSA keeps these issues under regular review as the law and practice is ever moving.
By Jeremy Glover, Ahmed Ibrahim
The Federal Arbitration Act ("FAA") came into effect in the UAE on 16 June 2018.
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