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2 March 2023 | Webinars | Article by Ioan Prydderch

Webinar Replay: Construction Law Update | 2 March 2023

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:

JCT Contract Termination Notices: getting it right

Matthew Stevens looks at JCT Contract Termination Notices and how to get it right. As terminating a construction contract is rarely straightforward, Matthew will consider some recent cases and discuss some common pitfalls.

The Notice of Dissatisfaction within NEC contracts

Tom MacSwayne reviews the Notice of Dissatisfaction mechanism contained within the NEC suite of Contracts. In particular, he will highlight two recent cases involving a challenge to the validity of a notice of dissatisfaction.

Knowing your limitations

Alun Tobias discussing some traps to avoid so that claims are not out of time and some traps for the unwary. He will also consider some recent cases which look at whether claims have been commenced in time or not and whether there are any time limits on commencing Adjudication for a contractual breach.

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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