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  • TCC considers interplay between adjudication enforcement and insolvency

    24 Jan 2017

    South Coast Construction v Iverson Road [2017] EWHC 61 (TCC) This is believed to be the first reported decision to consider the interplay between the ... More »
  • Structure Consulting v Maroush Food Production [2017] QBD (TCC)

    24 Jan 2017

    Robert Stokell acted for Maroush, the employer, who was the defendant in an enforcement claim and the claimant in a Part 8 claim for declarations ... More »
  • The latest word on serial adjudication by Charles Pimlott - Amey Wye Valley Ltd –v- The County of Hertfordshire District Council [2016] EWHC 2368 (TCC)

    5 Oct 2016

    The latest word on serial adjudication by Charles Pimlott - Amey Wye Valley Ltd –v- The County of Hertfordshire District Council [2016] EWHC 2368 (TCC) ... More »
  • AMEY V HEREFORDSHIRE DISTRICT COUNCIL – TCC considers for the first time how to interpret an adjudicator’s decision that has become final and binding

    4 Oct 2016

    In a decision handed down today, Mr Justice Fraser has held that Herefordshire District Council are entitled to have an adjudication decision of Mr Matthew ... More »
  • Harding v Paice: the latest instalment in a long-running saga

    31 Aug 2016

    In a decision handed down 26th August, Ms Finola O'Farrell QC (sitting as a deputy High Court Judge) has held that Mr Paice and Ms ... More »
  • Andrew Bartlett QC and Isabel Hitchings paper presented to a joint meeting of the SCL and TeCBAR: Aspect v Higgins

    31 May 2016

    How is a balance to be struck between the need for cash flow and the protection of parties' rights to a proper determination of disputes?  ... More »
  • Andrew Smith, Kim Franklin and James Maxwell-Scott appointed as Queen's Counsel

    11 Jan 2016

    Crown Office Chambers is delighted to announce that Andrew Smith, Kim Franklin and James Maxwell-Scott have been successful in their applications for Silk. They will be formally appointed as ... More »
  • David Sears QC and Charles Pimlott successful in the Court of Appeal in Harding v Paice

    7 Dec 2015

    David Sears QC and Charles Pimlott have been successful in the Court of Appeal in Harding v Paice, in which the court had to consider ... More »
  • Andrew Bartlett QC and Isabel Hitching speak at The Society of Construction Law

    1 Dec 2015

    Andrew Bartlett QC and Isabel Hitching to lecture on the Implications of Aspect v Higgins on Tuesday 1 December 2015 at The Society of Construction Law.  ... More »
  • Judgment in Aspect v Higgins – Andrew Bartlett QC and Isabel Hitching in the Supreme Court

    17 Jun 2015

    Aspect Contracts -v- Higgins Construction Plc FIRST SUPREME COURT DECISION ON CONSTRUCTION ADJUDICATION If a construction adjudicators decision has gone against you, and you have ... More »
  • Andrew Bartlett QC and Isabel Hitching in Supreme Court: Aspect Contracts (Asbestos) Limited v Higgins Construction PLC

    13 Apr 2015

    Andrew Bartlett QC and Isabel Hitching are appearing in the Supreme Court on 14th and 15th April on behalf of Higgins Construction PLC, appealing from ... More »
  • Paice v MJ Harding: ‘Adjudicators, their office managers, and natural justice: a cautionary tale’ – by Richard Sage

    24 Mar 2015

    In this article Richard Sage explores the recent TCC decision in the matter of Paice v MJ Harding where adjudicator bias is considered by Coulson ... More »
  • Pioneer Cladding No. 2 - Anna Laney successful in persuading Court as to form costs order

    4 Mar 2015

    Pioneer Cladding No. 2: Anna Laney successful in persuading Court as to form costs order where enforcement stayed and party goes into liquidation before costs ... More »
  • Charles Pimlott successfully acts in an adjudication enforcement in the TCC where the operation of the slip rule is considered

    20 Feb 2015

    PP Construction Ltd v Geoffrey Osbourne Ltd [2015] EWHC 325 (TCC), Stuart-Smith J.The TCC considered the operation of the ‘slip rule’ in the context of ... More »
  • Andrew Bartlett QC's paper on the impact of the ECHR on Adjudication now available

    3 Dec 2014

    Andrew Bartlett QC delivered a joint SCL / TECBAR lecture on Tuesday 2 December 2014 at the National Liberal Club, Whitehall Place, London SW1. Andrew's talk was ... More »
  • Imtech Inviron v Loppingdale Plant [2014] EWHC 4006 (TCC): incorporation of main contract adjudication provisions into sub-contract

    3 Dec 2014

    Judgment was handed down today in Imtech Inviron v Loppingdale Plant [2014] EWHC 4006 (TCC), an adjudication enforcement action in which the main issue was whether the ... More »
  • Harding v Paice & Springall: TCC considers “same or substantially the same” in paragraph 9(2) of the Scheme

    27 Nov 2014

    Harding v Paice & Springall [2014] EWHC 3824 (TCC) Charles Pimlott acted for the successful respondents to an application brought in the TCC to restrain the ... More »
  • A.T. Stannard v Tobutt [2014] EWHC 3491 (TCC): an unusual adjudication enforcement

    24 Oct 2014

    Akenhead J handed down judgment today in A.T. Stannard Ltd v Tobutt [2014] EWHC 3491 (TCC), a claim to enforce an adjudication decision that was challenged ... More »
  • Andrew Bartlett QC to speak on the impact of the ECHR on Adjudication

    17 Oct 2014

    Andrew Bartlett QC will be speaking at a joint SCL / TECBAR event at 6.30pm on Tuesday 2 December 2014 at the National Liberal Club, Whitehall ... More »
  • Dr Cyril Chern to speak at Construction Law International Conference in Kuala Lumpur

    15 Sep 2014

    Dr Cyril Chern will be amongst the panel of experts speaking at the Construction Law International Conference in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia from 15 to 18 ... More »
  • Success for Richard Sage in TCC adjudication enforcement hearing

    10 Sep 2014

    Richard Sage appeared for the Claimant in Welsh Heritage Construction Ltd v Kavanagh. The Claimant had succeeded in a recent adjudication but the Defendants had ... More »
  • Jane Davies Evans speaks at Construction Law Summer School

    4 Sep 2014

    Jane Davies Evans spoke at the Construction Law Summer School at Downing College, Cambridge on 1-4 September 2014.  Jane addressed developments in international construction law ... More »
  • Anna Laney writes article for ICES Construction Law Review 2014 entitled ‘Adjudication: Quick & Filthy’

    30 Jul 2014

    The article considers key adjudication judgments from the last 2 months and considers whether or not the spirit of the Act is under attack. Please ... More »
  • Continued success for Crown Office Chambers in Chambers UK 2015 Directory

    24 Jul 2014

    The following members, which includes several new additions, are listed in the 2015 edition of Chambers UK: Richard Lynagh QC - Personal InjuryMichael Harvey QC - Insurance and ... More »
  • Andrew Bartlett QC and Isabel Hitching headed to Supreme Court: Aspect Contracts (Asbestos) Ltd v Higgins Construction plc [2014] 1 WLR 1220

    19 May 2014

    On 15 May 2014 the Supreme Court (Lords Mance, Clarke and Sumption) gave Higgins permission to appeal to the Supreme Court from the recent decision ... More »
  • Alexander & Law Ltd v Coveside (21BPR) Ltd - Isabel Hitching persuades TCC that winding up petition is not a defence to enforcing adjudication decision

    17 Dec 2013

    Alexander & Law v Coveside (21BPR) Ltd [2013] EWHC 3949 (TCC) Judgment 12 December 2013 In a judgment which is destined to become the leading ... More »
  • Isabel Hitching in Aspect v Higgins – headed to Supreme Court?

    25 Nov 2013

    Aspect Contracts (Asbestos) Ltd v Higgins Construction PLC [2013] EWCA Civ 1514 This case, in which the judgment of the Court of Appeal was handed down ... More »
  • Adjudication: a Pioneering decision - by Anna Laney October 2013

    15 Oct 2013

    Written by Anna Laney and Posted by Practical Law Construction on 15 October 2013. The Wimbledon v Vago principles to be applied on an application ... More »
  • Pioneer v Graham: stay of execution in adjudication

    4 Oct 2013

    Anna Laney (instructed by Barton Legal Limited) appeared for the Defendant. Anna Laney successfully resisted the enforcement of an Adjudicator’s award in an “unusual” circumstance ... More »
  • Chambers 100 UK Bar Shortlisting

    16 Sep 2013

    Crown Office Chambers would like to extend congratulations to the following members for their Chambers 100 UK Bar shortlisting. Christopher Purchas QC Roger ter Harr ... More »
  • Aspect Contracts (Asbestos) Ltd v Higgins Construction plc – Isabel Hitching successfully appears in the TCC for Higgins

    23 May 2013

    Aspect Contracts (Asbestos) Ltd v Higgins Construction plc [2013] EWHC 1322 (TCC) – Isabel Hitching successfully appears in the TCC for Higgins Construction. Summary This ... More »
  • Crown Office Chambers launches Fixed Fee Adjudication Scheme

    5 Nov 2012

    Crown Office Chambers has introduced a fixed fee adjudication scheme designed to reduce and simplify costs in lower value disputes where parties may need urgent assistance ... More »
  • TCC decision on the meaning of 'a dispute' in construction adjudication

    19 Oct 2011

    In Witney Town Council v Beam Construction (Cheltenham) Ltd  [2011] EWHC 2332 (TCC) the court rejected the employer's contention that the adjudicator lacked jurisdiction because ... More »

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