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Diversonomics season 4 episode 6

By Roberto Aburto, Cindy Kou Roberto: Welcome to Diversonomics. The podcast about diversity and inclusion from Gowling WLG. I’m your co-host Roberto Aburto, practicing in the Ottawa office. Cindy: And I’m your co-host, Cindy Kou, practicing in the Toronto Office. Today we have a guest who works at UN Women. She is a junior consultant […]

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By Ashley Pigott, Cathy Moore In the second 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. Hitachi Zosen Inova AG v John Sisk & Son Ltd [2019] MG Scaffolding (Oxford) Ltd v Palmloch Ltd [2019] Willow Corp S.À.R.L. […]

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By Ben Stansfield An increasing number of developers, investors and occupiers are putting sustainability at the heart of their business plans and real estate strategies. Earlier this year, Theresa May’s Government introduced a legal obligation to bring carbon emissions to “net zero” across the United Kingdom by 2050; and businesses across all industries are considering […]

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By Stephen Radcliffe, Carly Thorpe, William Kay The blurred line between jurisdictional and substantive issues In LJH Paving Ltd v Meeres Civil Engineering Ltd [2019] EWHC 2601 (TCC) the defendant sought to resist enforcement of an adjudicator’s decision on the basis that (1) the final account dispute referred to adjudication had not crystallised because (on […]

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By David Asker Does providing tenants with the how to rent booklet only apply to tenancies which commenced on or after 1st October 2015? The legislation suggests this, but it’s not entirely clear. However, all of the guidance suggests it is best practise to provide a how to rent booklet before you serve a section […]

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