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Articles from the Silver Shemmings Ash Team on contractual matters, recent case law changes and items of interest in the construction and property world

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Project Security – Collateral Warranties & Bonds, Third Party Rights

Henry Hathaway & Laughlan Steer cover Collateral Warranties, Bonds and PI – what are these, why are they used, issues to be aware of – and discuss […]

September 17, 2018 | Silver Shemmings Ash READ MORE
Having Delays Doesn’t Pay – Delays & disruption in Construction Contracts

Henry Hathaway & Laughlan Steer  discuss approaching and dealing with all aspects of Delay & Disruption and the difficulties that all too often rise, including EOT’s & […]

September 17, 2018 | Silver Shemmings Ash READ MORE
Seminar – Delays & Disruption In Construction Contracts

Silver Shemmings Ash LLP is working with BITA (British  Irish Trading Alliance) to host a series of seminars to help form an invaluable ‘pocket’ guide for construction […]

October 24, 2018 | Silver Shemmings Ash READ MORE
Silver Shemmings Ash ‘EOT & Proving Delay’

Overview and clips from Silver Shemmings Ash ‘EOT & Proving Delay’ Free Breakfast Seminar, presented by Ryland Ash (Managing Partner) We offer a range of free to […]

October 24, 2018 | Silver Shemmings Ash READ MORE
Cross Contract Set-Off – Why Is It Important? by Richard Silver

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 Ash READ MORE
Dispute Resolution Via Adjudication by Henry Hathaway

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 Ash READ MORE
Signed, Sealed & Delivered – Are You Actually In Contract? by Richard Silver

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 Ash READ MORE
Liquidated Damages by Richard Silver

One reoccurring question we at Silver Shemmings Ash LLP are posed by our clients is whether the liquidated damages stipulated in the contract is enforceable when the […]

August 28, 2018 | Silver Shemmings Ash READ MORE
Payment Notices & Payless Notices by Richard Silver

Introduction 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 […]

August 15, 2018 | Silver Shemmings Ash READ MORE
Smash & Grab! Big Changes Afoot by Henry Hathaway

One of the most significant judgements in terms of payment within the construction industry has been decided by Coulson J in his final judgement prior to his […]

July 17, 2018 | Silver Shemmings Ash READ MORE
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