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02 Jun 2020

Non-Probability Sampling in Construction Claims – four years since Amey LG

by David MacLellan, Paralegal - South Africa

The application of sampling has not always been well received by courts and tribunals, primarily because, by its nature, it alters the burden of proof. However, in situations involving numerous low-value items, such as minor but widespread defects, the cost and time required to prove each individual item can be prohibitive or, at least, disproportionate. This is where sampling evidence has been posited as a solution.

19 May 2020

Cash is King

by Paschal Walsh, UK Regional Director - UK

The construction industry is credit-heavy and complex, a very dangerous combination that often leads to contractors not getting paid on time and/or not receiving what they are due. With the works being carried out on credit, coupled with long and convoluted payment chains, there are many opportunities for money to fall through the cracks. However, with good housekeeping, efficient cash management and new government legislation, it is possible for contractors to protect and enhance their cash position.

06 May 2020

Systech training…your route to improved staff and project performance

by Geoff Ansell, Director, Global Marketing and Training - UK

We help our clients improve their commercial and contractual standards through targeted and focused training given by senior members of our consultancy team with hands-on knowledge of the topic. The training allows our clients to adopt a preventative approach on projects, ensuring that the obligations and risks of a scheme are fully understood and that

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