Members of Keating Chambers are frequently committed to producing online blogs in relation to recent cases and key areas of law. For a number of years, Keating has contributed to the Practical Law Arbitration and Construction blogs, as well as providing insights on social media platforms such as LinkedIn.
Recent blog posts include:
- Simon Taylor – To re-score or not to re-score: procurement challenge of health care services tender
- Harry Smith – Don’t wind me up
- Jennie Wild – Nearly, but not quite: the difficulties of resisting payment of an on-demand guarantee
- Abdul Jinadu – Fraud and adjudication: a new front
- Paul Bury – Thursday morning at the Palladium
- Tom Coulson – Interpretation of PFI contracts: the long and winding road
- Harry Smith – An erosion of the Fiona Trust “one-stop shop” presumption?
- Tom Owen – Adjudication enforcement and stays of execution
- Brenna Conroy – Sub-contractor insolvency – what lengths would you go to?
- Jennie Wild – When an arbitrator and party representative are from the same set – conflict in Chambers?
- James Frampton – Conditions precedent and the rule against redundancy in contract interpretation
- Emma Healiss – Ignore the procurement dispute timetable at your peril
- Tom Owen – Enforcing adjudication decisions against parties threatening insolvency
- Matthew Finn – Supreme Court rules on diffuse design and build obligations
- Abdul Jinadu – Africa risen!
- Liz Repper – Mediation update: the status of budgets and more on unreasonable refusal or failure to mediate