Claims arising from construction projects often require consideration of the law of limitation. An employer, for example, could have a really strong claim against a contractor for […]October 8, 2018 | Silver Shemmings READ MORE
One of the most misunderstood and misapplied sequences during a construction development is the use and application of collateral warranties. They are documents that are ordinarily left […]October 3, 2018 | Silver Shemmings READ MORE
Most of our tradesmen have cleared the site we are contracted to work on. However, our electricians are still on site currently. Would this constitute abandonment of […]October 2, 2018 | Silver Shemmings READ MORE
In a change of approach to earlier decisions in ISG v Seevic and Galliford Try v Estura, it was held in February 2018 in Grove Developments v […]September 18, 2018 | Silver Shemmings READ MORE
What is cross contract set-off and why is it important? When disputes arise, it is most often the case that it relates to money. Both parties claim […]September 13, 2018 | Silver Shemmings READ MORE
The key to taking a strong position in dispute resolution is to show compliance with all terms of a contract from the start. Disputes are a fact […]September 3, 2018 | Silver Shemmings READ MORE
One of the most important questions we at Silver Shemmings Ash LLP consider when approached by clients for advice in relation to a dispute, is whether there […]August 31, 2018 | Silver Shemmings READ MORE
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