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It’s fair to say that Akenhead J’s recent decision in Parkwood Leisure Ltd v Laing O’Rourke Wales and West Ltd has caught the attention of construction lawyers.
Not many people shed a tear for the players when a club goes into administration. But the players involved in the majority of cases are at the lower level clubs.
Any party to a construction contract has a statutory right to refer ‘a dispute’ to adjudication by virtue of s.108(1) of the Housing Grants, Construction and Regeneration Act 1996 (as amended).
This article summarises the key points made by Popplewell J, in the recent case of Madoff Securities International Ltd (in liquidation) v Raven and Others (2013).
Ron Plascow of Mills & Reeve looks back on highlights in the construction and engineering world over the last 12 months.
Health Legal Update — December 2013 download
Mills & Reeve has released the December edition of its Health Legal Update.
The Court of Appeal has handed down its decision in Mitchell v News Group, resolving recent uncertainty about the implementation of Jackson reforms — at least for the time being.
There is an implied term allowing a paying responding party under an adjudication award six years from the date of payment to challenge the adjudicator’s decision.
Mills & Reeve have released its regular round-up recent litigation cases.
Can a claimant, whose claim is dismissed for a failure to comply with the rules or a direction, begin another action with impunity, as long as he is within the limitation period?
The cost of professional discourtesy download
The most frequently complained-about breach of etiquette in this age of constant cyber communication is the failure to reply to an email.
The Court of Appeal’s recent decision in Gabriel v Little addresses the question whether a solicitor provides ‘advice’ or ‘information’ and the scope of duty under SAAMCo.
Disclosure following patient deaths has become a ‘hot topic’ in recent times and particularly since the events in Mid Staffordshire and Morecambe Bay.
When a death occurs in the health and care sector, it is important to identify risks that might cause deaths in the future and make sure you take action immediately.
The Upper Tribunal has held that the holding of balls by a students’ union, was not an exempt supply under the exemption for cultural services.
Health Legal Update — November 2013 download
Mills & Reeve has released the November 2013 issue of its Health Legal Update.
The Supreme Court gave judgment on 30 October 2013 in relation to the end-of-life care of David James, a man who had died from his illness on 31 December 2012.
A number of private providers are likely to take complaints to Monitor in the near future, the chief executive officer of Ramsay Health Care UK has warned.
Inquests — nowhere to hide: the increasing pressure to disclose and the coroner’s powers of investigation download
The increasing pressure to disclose so much more to the coroner means inquests are becoming much more difficult and need careful handling.
The recent case of Toal and Others v GB Oils Ltd reminds us of the extent of an employee’s right to choose his or her companion in grievance proceedings.