Adjudication

We have been conducting adjudications relating to all types of project since the HGCR Act came into force. We are very experienced in meeting the tight timescales with a fully argued case supported with the necessary evidence. We will often work at our client’s offices to ensure rapid liaison and effective case preparation.

It helps with our rapid output that we have a thorough knowledge of the extensive law on adjudication. We have exceptional expertise in the law in this area and consistently attain good results.

We have a case law index of all the 350+ cases, each of which we have analysed and categorised by topic. It is regularly updated. Recent published articles relating to adjudication are listed below.

Adjudication and Insolvency

Assignment and Rule 4.90
A recent case has thrown up some new insolvency-related jurisdictional issues; in the process some perennial judicial concerns about adjudication have re-surfaced, including ambush and the suitability of adjudication for complex disputes.
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Author : Peter Sheridan
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Adjudication: Slip Rule Update

The “slip rule” is a term from arbitral proceedings and refers to a statutory rule1 which permits the arbitral tribunal to correct inadvertent or clerical errors in its award.
File size : 308 kb
Author : Peter Sheridan
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