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:
- Isobel Kamber – Contractual construction: the Tension
- Tom Walker – Good faith: reliance on the repugnant
- James Frampton – Domestic building claims: £25k’s the limit or the end of the residential occupier?
- Charlie Thompson – Some reflections on the new world order
- Tom Coulson – TCC’s judgment in Martlet v Mulalley, a cladding fire safety dispute
- Thomas Saunders – The obligation to pay a notified sum where the contractor is insolvent
- John Steel – Novel consideration when balancing the imperatives of adjudication and litigation
- “O, where is loyalty?” The duties of experts and conflicts of interest
- – Liquidated damages and London buses
- Stays of execution in adjudication enforcement: when are the merits of the underlying claim relevant?
- Thomas Saunders – The limits of a reply
- Ben Graff – Can you exclude or limit liability for a deliberate breach of contract?
- Emma Healiss – Received the adjudicator’s decision? You still need to reserve your position on jurisdiction
- James Frampton – Does the Limitation Act 1980 apply to adjudication?
- Harry Smith – A new benchmark for waiver in adjudication?
- Harriet Di Francesco – When is an offer to settle a Part 36 offer?
- Brenna Conroy – TCC throws a lifeline to paying parties: “manifest injustice” trumps the statutory payment machinery
- Jennie Wild – Fiduciary duties and group loyalty – A Company v X and others
- James Frampton – Coronavirus, adjudication and injunctions
- Harry Smith – The Terminator’s dilemma
- Charlie Thompson – Court of Appeal interprets liability cap in a new home warranty
- Callum Monro Morrison – Res judicata and common interest privilege in multi-party litigation
- Sarah Williams – Adjourning the enforcement of an arbitration award: AIC Ltd v The Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria and adjourning decisions on New York Convention awards
- James Frampton – Developer disputes: misrepresentation and summary judgment
- Charlie Thompson – Suing an undisclosed principal under an arbitration agreement: Filatona Trading Ltd and another v Navigator Equities Ltd and others
- Emma Healiss – Further clarification on the impact of a CVA on adjudication enforcement
- Harry Smith – Burning a Bridge
- Tom Owen – Adjudication decisions procured by fraud
- Gideon Scott Holland – Adjudication matures as it gets the key to the door
- Tom Coulson – Duty of disclosure? Arbitrator conflicts back in the English courts
- Brenna Conroy – Brexit is not frustrating: Canary Wharf v European Medicines Agency
- Paul Bury – Private AI – claims against approved inspectors
- Charlie Thompson – Botas v Tepe: state immunity in the context of arbitration enforcement
- James Frampton – “All you need is fraud?”: stays of execution and adjudication enforcement
- Jennie Wild – What’s the “matter”: Sodzawiczny v Ruhan and a mandatory stay under section 9 of the English Arbitration Act 1996
- 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!