In this article we discuss the main provisions of the Construction Act 1996 and sets out a helpful summary of the key procedures for dealing with payments under construction contracts.
When an employer’s relationship with the contractor it employs becomes strained, all sorts of issues can arise. For example, if the contractor is in difficulties, it may delay making payments to subcontractors, which can in turn lead to them being unwilling to work, or slowing down their efforts, with subsequent impact on the building project. Continue reading →
A recent judgment handed down by the Technology and Construction Court in the case of Freeborn & Another –v- Marcal  EWHC 454 TCC is of wide-spread significance to those who commission construction professionals. Continue reading →
Jerome O’Sullivan, a Partner specialising in Construction Dispute Resolution, recently successfully concluded a high value and complex dispute in the Technology & Construction Court. Continue reading →