Legal developments in construction law

We are delighted to share our latest Construction Legal Update.

Key topics in this update include:

1. If a contract notice has serious consequences it needs to be…?
2. Adjudication – so what exactly is the dispute?
3. Recovering adjudication costs – Late Payment Act to the rescue?
4. Fire safety regulatory system “not fit for purpose”
5. HSE sets up new advisory network
6. Small Business Commissioner’s complaint handling service goes live
7. FIDIC2: Now on sale and Notice means Notice

The update can be accessed here.

UK Employment Law

Episode 126The View from Mayer Brown

Nick’s first podcast of 2018 looks at a case on an employer’s liability for deliberate data protection breaches by a rogue employee, dismissing employees who do not have right to work documents, and whether an employee can challenge a decision to send them on garden leave. To follow Nick on Twitter, please go to Nicholas Robertson@NicholasRober11.

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Legal developments in construction law

We are delighted to share our latest Construction Legal Update.

Key topics in this update include:

1. The Construction Act payment regime is not just for…..interim payments?
2. When an emailed notice of arbitration gets personal
3. A pay less notice is not psychic
4. IR35: Is it heading for the private sector?
5. VAT reverse charge on the way for construction labour supply
6. January date for MP’s bill for scheme to hold retentions in trust
7. FIDIC Red, Yellow and Silver Books, edition 2, have arrived

The update can be accessed here.

UK Employment Law

Special EpisodeA Seasonal View from Mayer Brown

Miriam’s last case completes a trilogy of whistle blowing cases in this series. Osipov looks at liability imposed directly on individuals who have taken decisions penalising a whistle blower. To follow Nick on Twitter, please go to Nicholas Robertson@NicholasRober11.

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UK Employment Law

Special EpisodeA Seasonal View from Mayer Brown

Nick and Miriam’s mini cast series looks at another whistle blowing case, Jhuti, and whether the malevolent motivation of a witness in a disciplinary hearing could render an employer liable to a whistle blowing claim. To follow Nick on Twitter, please go to Nicholas Robertson@NicholasRober11.

(If you're having trouble playing the podcast, please download it.)