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Adjudication Watch: 2019 Case Law Review And Update
In the first of our retrospective reviews of the approach of the Technology and Construction Court (TCC) to adjudication challenges in 2019, our construction team analyses significant decisions.
UK
21 Nov 2019
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Diversonomics Season 4 | Episode 3
In 2018, Gowling WLG Canada embarked on its three-year Clients First: Strategic Plan. One of the goals of the comprehensive plan is to have a partnership that is one-third female by January 1, 2021.
Canada
14 Nov 2019
3
TUPE In The Commercial Real Estate Sector (Video)
Our latest TUPE Club webinar focuses on the key considerations on TUPE in the commercial real estate sector.
UK
6 Nov 2019
4
Brexit And The Supply Chain
If Brexit happens at the end of this month, that brings a real risk of increased costs and delay to supply chains.
European Union
30 Oct 2019
5
Hybrid Contracts: Is A Valid Payment Notice Required To Distinguish Between The Sums Due For Construction And Non-Construction Operations?
In the recent case of C Spencer Limited v MW High Tech Projects UK Limited [2019], the Technology and Construction Court (TCC) was required to consider whether, for the purposes of s.111 of the...
UK
30 Oct 2019
6
Are My Works Construction Operations?
Whether a contract is classified as a "construction contract" is an important issue for those involved in the building industry.
Canada
21 Oct 2019
7
The Court Of Appeal Considers Milestone Payments In Construction Contracts And The Requirement For An Adequate Payment Mechanism
In July 2018, we reported on the first instance decision in CIMC MBS Ltd (formerly Verbus Systems Ltd) v Bennett (Construction) Ltd [2018] in which the Technology and Construction Court (TCC)
UK
12 Sep 2019
8
The Basics: What Is Set Off And When Does The Right To Set Off Arise?
In certain circumstances, if a claim is proven, the defendant will be able to offset monies that are due to it from the claimant - this is known as set off.
Canada
8 Aug 2019
9
Electronic Credit Contracts And Signatures Under Quebec Consumer Law
Can a consumer enter into a valid credit contract online under Quebec consumer law? Spoiler: The answer is yes.
Canada
5 Aug 2019
10
Brexit: Contractual Issues
With the future of the UK and Brexit still remaining unclear, Ian Chapman-Curry, David Lowe and Clark Sargent discuss the issues arising in contract and commercial law if the UK leaves the EU.
European Union
5 Aug 2019
11
The Basics: Does Legal Professional Privilege Apply To All Communications With Or Through A Solicitor?
The principle that a client should be able to consult a lawyer in confidence without fear of having to disclose communications between them at a later date is a fundamental right that has long been recognised...
UK
29 Jul 2019
12
M&A And Locked Boxes: Increasing Use In Canada And Future Use Employing Blockchain
Over the past few years, the locked box pricing mechanism has been popular in European M&A deals, and is now making its way over to the US and Canada
Canada
23 Jul 2019
13
Ensure Your Contracts Reflect Your Intention – Say What You Mean (And What Might Happen If You Don't)
The decision in Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd v ABC Electrification Ltd [2019] is a clear example of the courts' approach to contractual interpretation, focusing primarily on one clause of the contract.
UK
22 Jul 2019
14
The Basics: Funding Options For Commercial Disputes
The legal costs incurred in pursuing or defending a commercial claim can be substantial. Although the general rule in commercial disputes is that the loser pays the legal costs
UK
16 Jul 2019
15
Post-Termination Restrictions: The Supreme Court Reinvigorates The Blue Pencil Test
On 3 July, the Supreme Court handed down its judgment in Tillman v Egon Zehnder Ltd on whether a restrictive covenant that prevents an ex-employee from being "interested in" a competitor for six months.
Canada
16 Jul 2019
16
Coming Into Force Of Provisions Concerning Public Bodies' Obligation To Establish A Procedure For Receiving And Examining Complaints
In January, we published an article on the enactment of certain provisions of the Act to facilitate oversight of public bodies' contracts and to establish the Autorité des marchés publics (the "Act").
Canada
10 Jun 2019
17
Can A Threat To Take A Lawful Act Give Rise To Economic Duress?
Where one party to a contract (A) exerts illegitimate pressure on another (B) such that B has no practical alternative but to accede to A's demands ...
UK
7 Jun 2019
18
Sooner Than You Think: Getting Ready For Prompt Payment In Ontario
The construction industry is about the change. On October 1, 2019, the prompt payment and adjudication amendments to the Construction Act will become law.
Canada
28 May 2019
19
The Basics: What Do I Need To Know About Part 36 Offers To Settle?
The usual position, in commercial claims proceeding in the courts of England and Wales, is that the loser pays the legal costs of the winning party - or at least a proportion of them.
UK
27 May 2019
20
Latest Court Of Appeal Decision On Practical Completion - Key Points
In 2018, we reported on the Technology and Construction Court judgment (TCC) in Mears Ltd v (1) Costplan Services (South East) Ltd (2) Plymouth (Notte Street) Ltd and (3) J.R. Pickstock Ltd
UK
17 Apr 2019
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