Industry body the Society of Construction Law (SCL) has published a long-awaited update to its advisory protocol on delay and disruption events.
Better value returns on investment, as well as the UK's devolution agenda, is helping to drive record levels of regional construction activity, according to experts at Pinsent Masons, the law firm behind Out-Law.com.
Guidance has been published by the UK government to help large businesses comply with their new duty to report on their supplier payment practices and performance, ahead of it coming into force in April.
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