Webinar Replay: Construction Law Update | 27 January 2022

Webinar: Construction Law Update replay | January 2022

Watch the replay for our Construction Law Update

Taking you through the latest construction sector updates, all from the comfort and safety of your own home. View the key topics that we discuss in our webinar below:

Increasing your prospects of success in an adjudication

Adjudication is often the option parties choose to resolve their construction disputes. How you prepare for and then manage an adjudication can increase your chances of achieving your objective. Based on the team's experience of running successful adjudications, Ioan Prydderch looks at best practice when it comes to adjudications and some suggested dos and don'ts.

Security for Off-site Materials

The increase in the adoption of modern methods of construction coupled with the sharp rise in contractor insolvency during the pandemic has brought in to focus considerations regarding payment for offsite materials. Lawrence Mansell looks at how some standard form contracts deal with the passing of title and what further options are available to parties as security against payment for materials prior to their delivery to site.

Project Bank Accounts

Slow payment is a long running theme in the construction industry. Project Bank accounts are now being advanced as the latest cure for payment abuse and to help prevent insolvency in the construction industry. Iwan Jenkins provides an introduction to Project Bank Accounts, covering the what, why and how.


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