Webinar: Construction update
With uncertainty remaining about whether there will be a trade agreement by the end of this year and what it will say and with Covid-19 still impacting on the economy, the construction industry continues to face challenges and pressures at the end of what has been an extraordinary year. Never before has it been more important to keep on top of the case law to ensure your procedures and contracts support your business activity.
Our January construction case law webinar will look at decisions over the last six months including:
- Assignment clause wording
- Design Life wording
- "Pay now, argue later" in adjudication
- The importance of following the rules in an adjudication procedure
and decisions from the ECJ on:
- development agreements
- abnormally low tenders
We will also consider the PPN's published during the Autumn, the Procurement Green Paper and the "Construction Playbook" recently launched by the Cabinet Office.
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