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6 May 2022 | Webinars | Article by Ioan Prydderch

Webinar Replay: Construction Law Update | 5 May 2022

Taking you through three concentrated,15-minute discussions on current construction issues, designed to fuel thought leadership . View the key topics that we discuss in our webinar below:

Delay and disruption claims on a construction project explained

As the economic and political landscape across the world remains uncertain, the disruptive impact on construction projects is likely to continue for some time. Matthew Stevens reviews some legal and technical issues to consider when assessing delay and disruption claims on a construction project.

Contractor insolvency: payments on termination and/or insolvency under JCT

Following the recent judgment in Levi Solicitors LLP v Wilson and at a time when dealing with contractor insolvency is becoming a more regular occurrence, Natasha Nicholas looks at the payment provisions under the JCT suite of contracts in an insolvency scenario and considers the application of those provisions from the Employer’s perspective.

The War in Ukraine: impact on construction projects

The Ukrainian conflict is affecting the availability and price of materials and goods on projects. This is on top of the challenges that already existed. Understanding your legal and contractual position is essential. Ioan Prydderch looks at the potential effect of the conflict on projects, looking at some of the key practical and contractual issues such as force majeure and entitlement to additional time and/or money.

Author bio

Ioan Prydderch


Ioan is head of the firm’s business services division, which comprises all of the teams which provide transactional, contractual, advisory and dispute resolution advice to businesses and organisations.  Ioan is also Head of our Construction, Energy and Projects team and has spent almost 20 years advising clients on non-contentious and contentious construction matters. He has extensive experience in the construction and engineering sector and has acted in a number of high value and complicated disputes.

Ioan’s role involves advising the firm’s key clients on some of the most significant construction projects and disputes in Wales and the wider UK.

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