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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

05 May 2020

MillChris Developments Ltd v Waters [2020] 4 WLUK 45

by Paschal Walsh, UK Regional Director - UK

This is the first judgement to address the impact of the COVID-19 health crisis on the process of carrying out an adjudication. This judgement indicates the approach the Technology and Construction Courts will take when deciding on challenges to adjudication proceedings under the present circumstances.

01 May 2020

COVID-19: Force Majeure or Alternative Contractual Remedies?

by Robert Oakes, Legal Director - South Africa

As COVID-19 began its rapid spread around the world, force majeure was the hot-topic in construction law. However, Force Majeure does not necessarily provide the only basis, or the optimum basis, for relief.  Certain jurisdictions recognise Force Majeure as a definable event and a basis for claim.  Other jurisdictions may not.   Force Majeure Provisions

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