In the recent case of Palmer Birch (A Partnership) v Lloyd & Anor , the TCC considered the requirements to establish economic torts as causes of action and whether a contractor was entitled to pursue the individuals behind an insolvent … read more
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This is the latest dispute between Vinci Construction UK Ltd (“Vinci”) and Beumer Group UK Ltd (“Beumer”) to arise out of a Sub-Contract concerning development works at Gatwick Airport. In this case, Beumer sought to resist enforcement of an adjudicator’s … read more
Generally, claims brought outside the relevant limitation period will not be entertained by the courts. It is crucial therefore that parties know the date by which they must bring a claim. In the recent case of Swansea Stadium Management Company … read more
August 7, 2018| Adjudication
Companies in liquidation have typically encountered difficulties in seeking to enforce an adjudicator’s decision in their favour. In the recent case of Michael J Lonsdale (Electrical) Ltd v Bresco Electrical Services Ltd (in Liquidation) the court addressed whether a company … read more
August 2, 2018| Firm News
We are delighted to announce that Hawkswell Kilvington has been shortlisted for the Niche Firm of the Year award at the Yorkshire Legal Awards 2018. The annual Yorkshire Legal Awards recognise the most successful law firms and best legal talent … read more
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