Late payments update – Another consultation!
Beale & Co provide news on late payments
Collateral Damage from a Developer’s speculative approach?
James Burgoyne of Brunel Professions explains the gamble of retrospective permission.
What a relief: R&D Tax for the Civil Engineering sector
Ben Vass of Ayming explains why tax doesn't have to be taxing
Standstill Agreement incorporated as standard
James Burgoyne of Brunel Professions flags new mediation provisions
Burgess v Lejonvarn revisited
James Burgoyne of Brunel Professions flags that the danger highlighted by Burgess v Lejonvarn has not receded, despite M…
Cladding: An ongoing concern for Professional Indemnity Insurer
Peter London from ACE affiliate Willis Tower Watson on recent developments in cladding.
The changing face of the Civil Courts
James Burgoyne of Brunel Professions highlights ongoing modernisation of the traditional approach of the civil courts
Six perfectly good ways to screw up your R&D claim
New ACE affiliate Ayming explores how not to claim R&D tax reliefs.
Insurers' new statutory power for non-disclosure
Insurance Act 2015 described as the most significant revision of insurance law in a century.
T&CC applies occam’s razor in close shave for Interserve
Supporting no greater liability clauses in reliance documentation.
First step to mitigation – understanding risk
New reports by Willis Towers Watson provide insight into 2018 insurance claims.
Contractually compromising causation
Highlighting a contractual provision which can have far reaching effects.