KC Legal Update – Summer 2019

Date: 4 July 2019

The Summer 2019 KC Legal Update has been published and is available to view in flip book format on the resources page.

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Articles within this Issue

The Prevention Principle: Onshore v Offshore and the Problem of Time at Large” – Discussion of the use of the prevention principle in onshore and offshore contracts and the approaches to time “at large” – by Adam Constable QC and Thomas Lazur

A Bridge Too Far: A Builder’s Liability for Economic Loss in Tort” – Examination of the decision on liability in tort in Murphy v Brentwood and its impact on the recent case of Thomas v Taylor Wimpey – by Tom Coulson

Challenging Arbitrators in International Arbitration: How Are Challenges Made and What is the Likely Outcome?” – Analysis of how challenges to arbitrators are made and dealt with, and practical considerations in relation to these challenges – by James Thompson

The Society of Construction Law Nigeria” – Introduction to the new Society of Construction Law in Nigeria, including its aims and goals – by Abdul Jinadu

General Reservations of Rights in Adjudication After Bresco Electrical Services v Michael J Lonsdale” – Consideration of general reservations of rights in adjudications, in relation to various cases – by Gaynor Chambers

Brief Encounters” – with James Frampton – Insight into James’ life as a junior tenant at Keating.


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