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Podcasts & webinars

The following podcasts have been recorded in order to provide members with new content during the COVID-19 outbreak. We hope that you find them informative, and the Society’s thanks go all of the speakers for their contributions.

Dermot Flanagan SC and Gregory Jones QC
Gregory Jones Q.C (Francis Taylor Buildings, London) and Dermot Flanagan S.C (Law Library, Dublin) gave an overview of recent trends in Compulsory Purchase Orders.
David Sears QC and Crispin Winser
Now that the Supreme Court has reached its decision in Bresco v Lonsdale, our speakers revisit the talk they gave after the first instance decision.
Niav O’Higgins, David Brynmor-Thomas QC
39 Essex Chambers' David Brynmor Thomas Q.C & Niav O’Higgins, head of construction Arthur Cox, Dublin, discuss performance bonds.
Tony Clough
This webinar presented by Tony Clough the pros and cons of the Enviroflow decision and asked whether we should allow adjudicators to award parties their costs.
Simon Hale
In this webinar, Simon Hale of 4 Pump Court considers a number of recent decisions in domestic and international courts.
Dr. Matthew Bell, Martin Cooney and Dr. Deirdre Ní Fhloinn
A look at the claims arising on projects and the programming of works going forward from both a practical and legal point of view.
Lucy Garrett QC and Tim Murdoch
A look at the claims arising on projects and the programming of works going forward from both a practical and legal point of view.
Julian Bailey
This webinar presented by Julian Bailey considered some of the key developments in construction law and notable areas of divergence in construction law between England and Australia.
Professor David Mosey and Shy Jackson
The concept of good faith leads to many intriguing judicial interpretations but often leaves us uncertain as to its impact on our legal commitments. Does it add clarity if certain construction contracts are seen as ‘relational contracts’ or ‘enterprise contracts’? If so, how do these types of contract make a difference in practice?
Lynne McCafferty QC and Daniel Churcher, 4 Pump Court
There has been a flurry of claims about external cladding of high-rise residential buildings in the wake of the terrible fire at Grenfell Tower in London on 14 June 2017.