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 – an Update
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.
Bresco Electrical Services Ltd (In Liquidation) v Michael J Lonsdale (Electrical) Ltd
In this article Laura Bowler summarises the important Supreme Court Decision of Bresco Electrical Services (in liquidation) Ltd v Michael J Lonsdale (Electrical Ltd) in which it was decided that insolvency is not a bar to adjudication.
AI & Construction law: an essential and inevitable partnership
In an article that first appeared in the February 2019 edition of Building Magazine, Simon Tolson and Stacy Sinclair discuss risk management in the first of two articles on the applications of AI in construction law.
Arbitrators, Adjudicators and GDPR is it YK2 all over?
In this article Simon Tolson describes why the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is the most important change in data privacy regulation in over 20 years.
"UAE Bonds: Calling on a Bond or Performance Guarantee in the UAE"
In this article Nicholas Gould explores UAE Bonds and considers some of the important factors when deciding on whether to call on these security documents.