In the first in a series of blogs relating to the Court of Appeal’s judgment in S&T v Grove Developments, Andrew Weston focuses on the “true value” adjudication issue, an issue of significant importance to the construction industry.
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Andrew Weston discusses the recent judgment in Lonsdale v Bresco regarding adjudication proceedings commenced on behalf of a claimant in liquidation.
Andrew Davies revisits the subject of freedom of contract.
In a follow up to a previous blog, Andrew Weston reviews the issues that arose in Cleveland Bridge UK Limited v Sarens (UK) Limited, providing further useful clarification on the impact of cost budgets.
Jonathan More reviews a recent Scottish case involving two separate adjudications, started simultaneously, against different parties relating to the same project.
Jonathan More's latest blog glosses over Scotland's Calcutta Cup success and focuses on how the construction industry might be missing a trick in claiming money from HMRC for just doing its job: solving problems.
Andrew Weston queries whether it really is the end of “smash and grab” adjudications in light of the Hon. Mr Justice Coulson judgment in Grove Developments Limited v S&T (UK) Limited earlier this week.