Adjudication Cases Part 1 of 2018

This series of articles continues the reporting and review of cases on the enforcement of adjudicators’ awards begun in the Journal of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators. 107473.001 SH Construction Case Booklet FIN[1] This document is available to be read…

Break clauses: how to avoid the traps

A large number of my clients are commercial tenants and following the financial earthquake that shook the nation in 2008, commercial tenants are adopting a more cautious approach by taking shorter leases. Almost every client of mine also insists on…

The end of Smash & Grab adjudications?

Will Mr Justice Coulson’s TCC swan song in the case of Grove Developments Limited v S&T (UK) Limited [2018] EWHC 123 (TCC) signal the end of so-called “smash and grab” adjudications? Here we consider the potential impact of this case…

Slater Heelis Property Team Reach Regional Final

It has been a great start to the New Year with the Slater Heelis property team announced as a finalist for ‘Property Team of the Year’ at the Manchester Legal Awards 2018. There is a shortlist of just three firms…

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How to deal with flammable cladding

Property litigator, Daniel Stern answers an important question in relation to cladding on properties post-Grenfell, as featured in The Sunday Times on 11th December 2017. Q. I’ve been trying to buy a two-year-old flat since June. Everything is in place…

By Slater Heelis