Construction Law, Costs and Contemporary Developments
Released: 15 November 2018
Practice Areas: Adjudication Construction & Engineering
Adrian Williamson QC and Vince Moran QC have contributed chapters on construction adjudication and liquidated damages to a new text book on construction law, published in honour of Lord Justice Jackson’s career on the bench.
The publication “Construction Law, Costs and Contemporary Developments: Drawing the Threads Together” considers many of the important developments in construction law, construction law litigation and the litigation landscape more generally during the Jackson era.
- fitness for purpose obligations
- delays and extensions of time
- time bar provisions
- the prevention principle
- neighbour rights
- limitation clauses
- good faith
- bonds and guarantees
- concurrent duties of care
This book has been edited by Julian Bailey (White & Case), published by Bloomsbury and available to purchase here.