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October 9, 2013

Fenwick Elliott Annual Review 2013/2014

One of the most important talking points this year has been the impact of the latest reforms to the CPR or court procedural rules. Our latest Review considers these and other changes to the CPR including those which may have an impact when the court considers whether or not to allow expert evidence. We follow that discussion with an update on the likely changes to the public procurement tender process in 2014. We then look at e-disclosure and its potential impact on trials and provide an update on Building Information Modelling (BIM) focusing on the legal and contractual implications of BIM. Following the Court of Appeal’s decision tin the Systech V Harrington case we also discuss the question of the liability of adjudicators.

There are plenty more articles for your consideration, the links to which are below or you can download a PDF of the full Review by completing the “Download our Annual Reviewform. If you would like a hard copy of this Annual Review, please contact Jeremy Glover with your name, company name, address and email.

Annual Review articles

Costs management: what you need to know

Costs management: to exempt, or not to exempt, that is the question

The paperless trial

Minimising the costs of e-disclosure in commercial litigation

The need for expert evidence

Changes ahead: public procurement 2014

Liquidated damages under UAE and UK law: a comparison

Liability of adjudicators

FIDIC – enforcing DAB decisions

Can you imply good faith under English law?

BIM: what you need to know

Management contracting – the JCT management contract: a review

Is arbitration confidential?

Case law round-up: adjudication cases from Dispatch

Case law round up: cases from the Construction Industry Law Letter

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