Letters of intent can be fraught with difficulty if not used properly. In this article Fenwick Elliott Associate, Laura Bowler sets out tips for those using a letter of intent.
Good intentions, but unintended consequences?
Can an Employer Descope at its Convenience?
Fenwick Elliott Senior Associate, Marc Wilkins questions whether employers are entitled to “descope” or terminate at their convenience in order to secure a better bargain elsewhere?
What Lies Beneath – Ground Risk and Site Conditions
Fenwick Elliott Senior Associate, Mark Pantry explores the issue of ground risk and adverse site conditions in construction and engineering contracts.
Timesheets, Turnstile Records, Biometric Data and (potential) Agreements made in Stairways...
In this article Fenwick Elliott Partner, Jon Miller summarises the recent guidance given by the Technology and Construction Court on what to do when time sheets, turnstiles, bio metric records all say different things.
Fire Safety and Tall Buildings – Recent Cases – an Update
Fenwick Elliott Partner, Jon Miller looks at fire safety and tall buildings, discussing a recent case that saw the Court decide that a Freeholder’s claim for defective cladding and other associated defects did have a realistic prospect of success.
Fire Safety and Tall Buildings – Recent Cases
In this article Fenwick Elliott Partner, Jon Miller looks at fire safety and tall buildings, discussing the reasons why recent cases have resulted in Claimants for the most part failing to recovery any compensation.