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Legal Costs In Construction Litigation & Adjudication – The Solution? NEW

Wednesday 1st September 2021 6pm - Online Seminar- 1 hour- FREE to attend

Jon Sharp will compare the cost implications between serving a Notice of Adjudication or commencing proceedings in the Technology and Construction Court, or indeed simple County Court Proceedings. He explains what assistance the insurance market can give in terms of funding the costs of Adjudication and formal Court Proceedings


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