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  • Climate change policies - are they conducive to investment?


    Date de l’évènement: 14 June 2017

    Simmons & Simmons JWS is sponsoring and hosting this Women In Energy, Asia (WIEA) event,looking at the challenges for investors and governments.

  • Landfill tax evasion


    Envoyé: 10 May 2017

    This training session provides an overview of the new Loss of Ignition threshold and what you can do to ensure you are compliant.

  • Construction Breakfast Briefing: Co-insurance


    Date de l’évènement: 01 June 2017

    ​This event will explain the use of multi-party insurance in the context of construction projects.

  • Does clause 63.1 apply to assessing time as well as money and what are the consequences?

    Formation en ligne

    Envoyé: 19 April 2017

    Clause 63.1 provides a dividing line between using the cost incurred and using a forecast of cost plus risk for future operations. Given that the compensation event process deals with all aspects of an event in one go does the dividing line established in 63.1 apply equally to delay caused by the event or is there some other mechanism that has to be used? If some other mechanism does that threaten the all-encompassing approach of compensation events?

  • What happens when the Project Manager doesn't reply properly either to a notification or a quotation?

    Formation en ligne

    Envoyé: 19 April 2017

    There are a number of stages that a compensation event needs to pass through before it becomes implemented under the contract. Is it possible for the PM to de-rail the process by refusing to engage in it? If there is a lack of engagement what happens ideally and practically?

  • Do the 63.7 assumptions work in practice?

    Formation en ligne

    Envoyé: 19 April 2017

    Clause 63.7 allows the Project Manager to give some working assumptions to the contractor where there is not enough detail available for a proper quotation for a compensation event. Are assumptions often given and if they are do they help the contractor or just cover the PM?

  • UK property and public procurement: A register of beneficial owners of overseas entities


    Envoyé: 12 April 2017

    Proposals would see overseas entities required to disclose or dispose in relation to UK property.

  • Construction professionals beware


    Envoyé: 11 April 2017

    On 07 April 2017, the Court of Appeal upheld the first instance decision in Burgess v Lejonvarn in which it was held that an architect who provided assistance to her friends for free, owed a duty of care in tort when carrying out those services (despite it being found that no binding contract was in place).

  • Which of compensation events are most common and which are most often wrongly claimed?

    Formation en ligne

    Envoyé: 04 April 2017

    The compensation event mechanism is intended to be a sole remedy under the contract. The list of what can be a compensation event therefore has to be all encompassing. Despite that breadth are there trends, in particle, for which ones are most common and are there particular events which rarely seemed to be claimed properly?

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