International construction arbitration practitioners often stress the positives of arbitration: using the so-called “five Es” of efficiency, expedition, expertise, evenhandedness and enforceability.
Tony Bingham cheers the appeal court judges who have hacked away 20 years growth of confusion around payment notices
PFI contracts were meant to rebalance risk more fairly but didn’t – and we haven’t seen the last of the disputes over them yet
Vikki Wiberg considers changes to foreign worker citizenship rules and how they affect construction
Current modern slavery laws fail to do enough to interrogate supply chain details, writes Francis Ho
The courts have held an employer liable for a rogue data breach by an employee – although the company broke no rules. James Bessey explains why
Steven Carey looks at how third-party funding and ATE insurance can help lighten the financial burden of litigation
Theresa Mohammed and Stephanie Geesink of Trowers & Hamlins explain an important ruling on the payment notice regime