Litigation in the Technology & Construction Court
Date: 11 September 2018
The first edition of Litigation in the Technology & Construction Court was published in September 2018.
The book, written by Adam Constable QC, Lucy Garrett QC and Calum Lamont, provides a discussion of practical guidance and ideas for practitioners in the TCC. It draws upon the extensive experience of these members to consider the key features of litigating in the TCC, including costs, time limits and expert witnesses, as well as providing a comprehensive guide to processes and other forms of dispute resolution.
In their forewords to the publication, Lord Justice Peter Coulson comments “I expect [the book] to become an indispensable part of every construction lawyer’s bookshelf or electronic library” and Sir Peter Fraser notes “I commend this book to those who litigate in the TCC, and look forward to experiencing its beneficial effects upon the already high standards of practitioners”.
- Introduction to Litigation in the TCC
- An Overview of a Claim in the TCC
- Delay Claims
- Delay and Disruption Money Claims
- Defects Claims
- Public Procurement Litigation in the TCC
- Costs Budgeting in the TCC
- The TCC and Adjudication
- The TCC and ADR
- The TCC and Arbitration
This book was first published by Informa Law from Routledge and is available to purchase on their website.