- Construction weekly highlights—2 August 2018
- In this issue:
- Concurrent delay
- Construction industry
- European Union (Withdrawal) Act 2018
- Consultant appointments
- Duty of care (tort)
- Consent/net contribution clauses
- Construction disputes
- Adjudication—residential buildings
- Assignment of receivables
- Additional news—daily and weekly news alerts
- Latest Q&As
This week’s edition of Construction highlights includes a Court of Appeal ruling which upheld a concurrent delay clause (North Midland v Cyden), a panel discussion on the ongoing impact of Brexit on the construction industry, and decisions concerning a consultant’s duty of care in tort in respect of a report which was never assigned to the claimant (BDW v Integral Geotechnique) and a requirement for a consultant to obtain the employer’s consent to a design change and the effect of a net contribution clause (Radius v JNP Architects).
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