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Favours for friends – do you owe them a duty of care?

In the case of Lejonvarn v Burgess, the Court of Appeal examined whether a party has a duty of care when providing gratuitous professional advice to a friend.
01 August 2017

Autonomous vehicles: the future of the construction industry

Connected and autonomous vehicles (CAVs) have the potential to transform the construction industry.
28 July 2017

Blog

UK infrastructure delivery: an interview with Alasdair Reisner, CECA

A video interview with CECA chief executive on how we can improve the delivery of UK infrastructure. Topics include: the role of government, procurement and the pipeline for investment.
27 June 2017

Publication

Perspectives on infrastructure: How can we improve the delivery of UK infrastructure?

Views from industry leaders and key decision makers on the challenges facing the infrastructure sector.
13 June 2017

The Modern Slavery Act – making a statement in the construction industry

The Modern Slavery Act is an important step forward when addressing the problem of human trafficking and forced labour in the construction industry. 
05 May 2017

NEC3 contracts – how to maintain a Risk Register

Risk Registers are commonly misunderstood. We explain how to use and maintain a risk register in the administration of an NEC3 contract.
19 April 2017

Adjudication enforcement: administration is no escape route

In South Coast Construction Ltd v Iverson Road Ltd, the Technology and Construction Court found that an administration moratorium should not prevent enforcement.  
06 April 2017

Contract rectification is the last resort

Contracting parties can help themselves and avoid expensive rectification proceedings by getting the contract right at the outset.
30 March 2017

Press release

Groundbreaking research examines London's dominance as a location for corporate HQs

The report, sponsored by Burges Salmon, explores current themes such as Brexit, A.I and technology and examines what impact they will have on London's dominance as a HQ location.
08 March 2017

Construction contract drafting in a post-Brexit world: labour and import duties

In the third of the series we look in more detail at drafting considerations for labour and import duty clauses.
25 January 2017

Adjudication: are "smash and grabs" a thing of the past?

The Technology and Construction Court (TCC) has looked at several "smash and grab" construction adjudication cases recently. Have "smash and grabs" had their day?
25 January 2017

Building Information Modelling Level 3: watch this space

We look at developments in Building Information Modelling (BIM). Will 2017 be the year when BIM Level 3 takes off?
25 January 2017

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