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John Barber
March 2015, printed/online, 804k (Nr: 192)
Categories:
EU, General, Liability
Lord Justice Rupert Jackson
February 2015, printed/online, 550k (Nr: 191)
Categories:
Contract law, International, Liability
Nicholas Gould
January 2015, online, 860k (Nr: D177)
Categories:
Contract forms
Julian Bailey
January 2015, online, 777k (Nr: D176)
Categories:
Contract forms, Dispute resolution, International
Andrew Bartlett QC
December 2014, online, 710k (Nr: D175)
Categories:
Adjudication, EU, Construction Act
John Denis-Smith
December 2014, online, 762k (Nr: D174)
Categories:
Court practice
Vincent Moran QC
November 2014, printed/online, 777k (Nr: 190)
Categories:
Delay and disruption
Julian Bailey
November 2014, printed/online, 676k (Nr: 189)
Categories:
Delay and disruption
Adam Robb, Jess Connors and Patrick Hennessey
October 2014, online, 1.02MB (Nr: D173)
Categories:
Contract law, Liability
Steven Walker QC and Marc Lixenberg
August 2014, online, 600k (Nr: D172)
Categories:
Contract forms, Contract law, Liability, Construction Act
Professor David Mosey
July 2014, online, 550k (Nr: D171)
Categories:
Procurement, Contract forms, Contract law, Liability
Philip Britton
July 2014, online, 1MB (Nr: D170)
Categories:
International, Liability
Matthew Bell
June 2014, printed/online, 694k (Nr: 188)
Categories:
Contract law, International, Construction Act
Lesley Currie
May 2014, online, 307k (Nr: D169)
Categories:
BIM, Contract law, Insurance, Liability
Lauren Adams
May 2014, printed/online, 425k (Nr: 187)
Categories:
Contract law, Financial security
Michael Taylor
April 2014, online, 368k (Nr: D168)
Categories:
General, Contract law
The Honourable Mr Justice Akenhead
March 2014, printed/online, 285k (Nr: 186)
Categories:
General, Contract law, Liability, Delay and disruption, Dispute resolution
Michael Mendelblat
March 2014, printed/online, 340k (Nr: 185)
Categories:
Contract forms, Contract law
John Uff CBE QC
March 2014, online, 925k (Nr: D167)
Categories:
Contract forms
Michael Curtis QC
March 2014, online, 500k (Nr: D166)
Categories:
Liability

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