Further clarification on the impact of a CVA on adjudication enforcement in Indigo Projects London Ltd v Razin and another  EWHC 1205 (TCC) A CVA is […]May 3, 2019 | Silver Shemmings Ash READ MORE
Adjudication-related Part 7 and Part 8 application not to be heard together in Willow Corp Sarl v MTD Contractors Ltd  EWHC 1192 (TCC) (03 May 2019) […]May 3, 2019 | Silver Shemmings Ash READ MORE
This case concerned the analysis of whether the eight dispute brought via adjudication was “the same, or substantially the same” as the second, so as to be […]May 2, 2019 | Silver Shemmings Ash READ MORE
Housing Grants, Construction and Regeneration Act 1996 – the birth of the withholding notice – the theory – pay now, argue later….morphed into argue now, pay later? […]July 10, 2018 | Silver Shemmings Ash READ MORE
It is perhaps no surprise that I take a different view about sli0B(4). Anecdotally, there is a difference of view among adjudicators as to how to interpret […]July 10, 2018 | Silver Shemmings Ash READ MORE
The case of Balfour Beatty Regional Construction Limited v Grove Developments Ltd  EWCA 990 is frequently cited as authority for the proposition that if the parties […]April 5, 2019 | Silver Shemmings Ash READ MORE
“Practical Completion” considered by Court Appeal for the first time in 50 years Andrew Rigney QC and Dermot Woolgar (who successfully appeared for PNSL and were instructed […]March 29, 2019 | Silver Shemmings Ash READ MORE
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