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1 – 0 To The Contractor

In a recent TCC decision, O'Farrell J held that a collateral warranty had retrospective effect, so as to effectively incorporate the terms of the original construction contract and to ensure that the…

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Are you prepared for Adjudication?

Adjudication is becoming increasingly common for as a means of resolving disputes within the construction sector. Nathan Penny-Larter and Michael Pease, who recently successfully defended a…

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Retention by Appointment?

The Court of Appeal in Aroca Seiquer & Asociados, Miguel Angel Aroca Seiquer v Roger Adams & Ors [2018] EWCA Civ 1589 held that a Spanish Law firm had negligently failed to warn UK purchasers…

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(Not, in fact) Futile Devices

Some 18 months ago, we wrote an article entitled 'Futile Devices', setting out the Court of Appeal's views on the vexed question of the effectiveness of 'No oral modification' ('NOM') clauses in…

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GDPR's here! Now what?

Keeping clinical patient records is part of a healthcare professional’s duty.  Ensuring that the records are kept safe was a legal requirement under the Data Protection Act 1998.  As of 23 May 2018 it…

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Paper trail can be the right path

Can an insurance broker's duty to elicit information and advise be discharged by standard written documents?  Cases such as Environcom had suggested not, but Avondale Exhibitions Limited v Arthur J.…

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