Welcome Aju Jacob

We are pleased to welcome Aju Jacob, who joined us on 4 May 2021 as a Consultant, to the team. Aju combines his delay analysis and planning experience with the practical knowledge gained in engineering background. We wish Aju the very best in his new role at Tudor Rose.

Welcome Gary Shadlock

We are pleased to welcome Gary Shadlock to the Tudor Rose team. Gary joined us on 12 November 2020 as Senior Associate Director. Gary has over 33 years of experience in the construction industry, having started working life as a Quantity Surveyor before specialising in providing commercial and dispute resolution support across a broad variety of construction projects. We wish Gary the very best in his new role at Tudor Rose.

Lance Buchanan - Employee’s Exam Results

Election to the RICS Adjudication Panel

We would like to congratulate our Roger Smith for his recent election to the RICS Adjudication Panel for Low Value Disputes. This is in addition to his existing appointment to the UKA Panel of Adjudicators.

Lance Buchanan - Employee’s Exam Results

Employee’s Exam Results

Congratulations to Lance Buchanan for winning the Society of Construction Law prize for the best performance by a non-lawyer student in the first-year modules. Lance is currently completing a MSc in Construction Law & Dispute Resolution at King’s College London.
The team are well aware of all the hard work that Lance has put into his studies and we are pleased that this has paid off. Well done, Lance. On to the second year!

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Case Update: MW High Tech Projects UK Ltd v Balfour Beatty Kilpatrick Ltd (2020)

The judgment given in the Technology and Construction Court in Clancy Docwra Limited v E.ON Energy Solutions Limited provides a detailed examination of the extent of a party’s obligations and shows the importance of tender stage clarity surrounding what is the scope of the contract works and what is excluded.

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Case Update: PBS Energo A.S. v Bester Generacion UK Ltd

The judgment given in the Technology and Construction Court in Clancy Docwra Limited v E.ON Energy Solutions Limited provides a detailed examination of the extent of a party’s obligations and shows the importance of tender stage clarity surrounding what is the scope of the contract works and what is excluded.

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Case Update: Clancy Docwra Limited v E.ON Energy Solutions

The judgment given in the Technology and Construction Court in Clancy Docwra Limited v E.ON Energy Solutions Limited provides a detailed examination of the extent of a party’s obligations and shows the importance of tender stage clarity surrounding what is the scope of the contract works and what is excluded.

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Case Update: No Oral Modification Clauses

The judgement made by the Supreme Court in Rock Advertising Ltd v MWB Business Exchange Centres Ltd1 has provided valuable clarification that will have a widespread impact for contracting parties with respect to oral variations.

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Am I insured under a Project Insurance Policy?

The recent case of Haberdashers’ Aske’s Federation Trust Ltd and others v Lakehouse Contracts Ltd and others1 afforded the court with an opportunity to consider a sub-contractors immunity to subrogated claims against him if co-insured under a project insurance policy.

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Case Update: Pay Less Notices, Smash and Grab Adjudications, and the Levying of Liquidated Damages

The latest decision by the Hon Mr Justice Coulson in Grove Developments Ltd v S&T (UK) Ltd1 in the TCC provided valuable clarification on Pay Less Notices, ‘smash and grab’ adjudications and liquidated damages under JCT contracts.