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TeCSA and the TCC: 25 years of collaboration

Caroline Pope, partner, Berwin Leighton Paisner LLP

"TeCSA will keep the TCC informed of how practitioners are finding [the TCC electronic pilot] and, if teething problems are to be ironed out anywhere, a pilot in the TCC is probably the best place to do it."

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No second bite of cherry as adjudicator's decision final and binding

Matt Molloy, director, MCMS Ltd

"...if the parties hadn't mentioned 'binding' in their correspondence, the adjudicator's decision would not have been finally binding."

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If you throw enough jurisdictional and natural justice mud, will some of it stick?

Jonathan Cope, director, MCMS Ltd

"Kingswood's mud throwing exercise, while admirable, is likely to turn out to be quite a costly exercise for it."

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Emerging principals? Implementing CDM 2015

Iain Suttie, associate director, Berwin Leighton Paisner LLP

"It's early days, but are there any patterns emerging as to how the new Regulations will be implemented?"

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JCT contracts on Practical Law

Alongside our specialist know-how, subscribers can now access specimen copies of JCT contracts on Practical Law. See our JCT contracts toolkit.

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Practical Law Roundtable Workshop

On Wednesday 6 May 2015, Practical Law is hosting a breakfast roundtable workshop, Liquidated damages at a turning point?

The discussion will be led by Adrian Williamson QC and David Sheard, barristers at Keating Chambers, and will explore recent developments in the law relating to liquidated damages, including the validity of liquidated damages following a variation of the contract.

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