Assigning the risk for errors or inadequacies in industry standards or employer's requirements20 Apr 2016
FOCUS: Although contractors will not generally be held liable if mistakes in or inadequate industry standards or employer's requirements mean a construction project is not fit for purpose, it is worth checking contracts carefully to assume nothing is agreed...
Housing and regeneration projects included in UK’s national infrastructure plans for first time 30 Mar 2016
The UK government has allocated £58 billion in public money to spending on “social” infrastructure as part of its spending priorities over the next five years.
High Court dismisses conflict of interest challenge, finding 'weaknesses' in IBA guidelines 07 Mar 2016
The fact that an arbitrator was a partner in a law firm that did some work for a company connected to one of the parties to the arbitration was not enough to suggest a conflict of interest, an English court has ruled.
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- High Court dismisses conflict of interest challenge, finding 'weaknesses' in IBA guidelines 07 Mar 2016
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- Housing and regeneration projects included in UK’s national infrastructure plans for first time 30 Mar 2016
- Hybrid bill petitioning procedure should be modernised, says High Speed 2 committee 25 Feb 2016
- Guide: Changes to EU debarment rules from February 2015
- Guide: Which contracts do the 2015 Public Contracts Regulations for contracting authorities apply to?
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