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  • Updated Dutch DBFM(O) models published: what is included and what is still missing

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    Ingediend: 17 August 2018

    On 05 July 2018 the Dutch Government published new versions of the DBFM and DBFMO models: the 5.0 versions.

  • Concurrent Delay in Construction Contracts

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    Ingediend: 16 August 2018

    In this article, we take an in depth look at the concept of concurrent delay in construction contracts and consider the key cases in the development of English law on concurrent delay.

  • Concurrent delay case - appeal dismissed

    Blog Post

    Ingediend: 31 July 2018

    The Court of Appeal has dismissed the contractor's attempt to overturn last year's TCC decision on concurrent delay.

  • Open consultation – Fire Safety: clarification of statutory guidance (Approved Document B Volume 2) – what next for 12.7?

    Blog Post

    Ingediend: 31 July 2018

    On 19 July 2018, the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government initiated an open consultation aimed at seeking views on proposals to clarify fire safety statutory guidance as set out in Approved Document B.

  • Hackitt Final Report blog series: Week 4 - Products

    Blog Post

    Ingediend: 23 July 2018

    We continue our blog series on the final report published by Dame Judith Hackitt’s review into Building Regulations and Fire Safety and focus this week on the recommendations for products made in the report.

  • Lead consultant not liable for third party consultants

    Blog Post

    Ingediend: 16 July 2018

    In Midlothian v Bracewell Stirling Architects [2018] CSIH 21, a Scottish appeal court upheld a first instance decision that a lead consultant was not liable for work carried out by third party consultants appointed directly by a local authority.

  • Hackitt Final Report blog series: Week 3 - The new regulatory framework

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    Ingediend: 02 July 2018

    In Week 1 of our blog series we discussed and considered Dame Judith’s proposal for a new Joint Competent Authority (JCA) to oversee the management of safety risks in high risk residential buildings. This week we are considering the further ways in which the final report proposed that the new regulatory framework for building safety should be underpinned.

  • JCT contracts and insolvency: pre-construction phase

    Blog Post

    Ingediend: 22 June 2018

    This is the first in a series of blogs on JCT contracts and insolvency and considering ways of mitigating the risks when using JCT contracts. This week we are looking at some steps to take and documents to obtain in the pre-construction phase.

  • Hackitt Final Report blog series: Week 2 - Governance roles in Government

    Blog Post

    Ingediend: 19 June 2018

    Following on from last week’s blog post, which discussed Dame Judith’s recommendation for the creation of a Joint Competent Authority (JCA), this week we are looking at Dame Judith’s proposal to replace the Government’s current advisory committee with a new and wide-ranging advice structure.

  • EU blocking statute on Iran-related nuclear sanctions released

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    Ingediend: 14 June 2018

    The EU Commission has now "adopted" the much awaited EU blocking statute. What does it do? In short it seeks to provide protection to EU-based companies from engaging in sanctions-compliant business with Iran. It is in effect the EU trying to keep the Iran nuclear deal alive despite the withdrawal by the US. This article highlights the key features of the recent action.

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