Webinar: Construction update
Supply chain issues and inflation continue to have an increasing effect on the global construction landscape, and whilst significant legislative changes in building safety are slowing delivery on some schemes, remediation projects remain busy. Meanwhile, the sector is responding to an increasing focus on 'green' projects as we look towards Target Net Zero.
Our construction update looks at some of the significant judgments handed down by the specialist construction Courts in the past 6 months, covering a wide range of topics including: battle-of-the-forms; unenforceable contract terms; adjudicator's jurisdiction; payment mechanisms; and, enforcement. Our specialist contentious and non-contentious construction lawyers will guide you through these cases, and summarise what they mean for your organisation in practical terms.
Join us for our informative webinar designed to help you continue to plan, manage and deliver your projects.
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