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Non-delegable duties of architects and main contractors in construction claims - A case study of MCST Plan No. 3322 v Tiong Aik...

In MCST Plan No. 3322 v Tiong Aik Construction Pte Ltd and Another [2016] SGCA 40, the Singapore Court of Appeal (CA) held that architects and main contractors are not subject to a non-delegable duty in tort to ensure that...more

Energy Newsletter - October 2016

Negotiating an In-Project Construction Dispute - Many thorny and competing interests are implicated when an ongoing major construction project experiences an unanticipated event that impacts the project schedule or...more

Panel Did Not Commit Manifest Disregard Of The Law When It Rejected Res Judicata Defense

A construction company appealed an order confirming an international arbitration award, which had denied the company’s demand for unpaid monies against an Antiguan medical school. The award also granted the medical school’s...more

Financial information and set-off requirements under the FIDIC Red Book

The Privy Council’s recent judgment in NH International (Caribbean) Limited v National Insurance Property Development Company Limited (Trinidad and Tobago) provides a rare example of a common law court interpreting specific...more

Recent Developments: Dispute Resolution What you need to know

Welcome to this edition of Allen & Overy’s Recent Developments –‘What you need to know’. The purpose of this alert is to keep you updated on the recent legal developments relevant to your industry, and let you know...more

Project In(Site): Legal Developments Impacting Construction & Government Contract Industries

Welcome to the inaugural issue of Project In(Site), Seyfarth’s Construction and Government Contracts practice groups’ publication focusing on decisions or other items of interest for construction and government contract...more

JAMS Global Construction Solutions Newsletter, Summer 2015

Construction Lawyering in the U.K. and U.S.: Contrasts and Similarities - Introduction - There are important differences between the American and British styles of lawyering, but there is also much common...more

Letters of the Law: 'J' is for Jurisdiction

The first step when you cannot resolve your dispute is the "jurisdiction" clause in your contract. In some contracts the jurisdiction clause has been ferociously reviewed, considered and negotiated. Other contracts completely...more

Expo 2020 - part 5: Managing and resolving construction disputes

Introduction - Since Dubai’s successful 2020 Expo bid, development of new and re-invigorated construction projects has increased significantly. Tenders and new contracts are once more being awarded for a wide range of...more

Proceed with Caution: D.C. District Court Says Attorney-Client Privilege and Work Product Doctrine Do Not Survive Internal Fraud...

On March 6, 2014, the District Court for the District of Columbia issued an opinion in United States ex rel. Barko v. Halliburton Company et al. that should serve as a wake-up call for all companies conducting internal...more

JAMS Global Construction Solutions Newsletter, Winter 2014

In This Issue: The Evolution of Expert Witness Law under U.K. and U.S. Jurisdiction; ConsensusDocs Lists JAMS as One of Two Named Arbitration Providers; Using Attorneys’ Fees to Promote a Better Result; Using...more

JAMS Global Construction Solutions -- Spring 2013

In This Issue: An Arbitrator’s Guide to Successfully Resolving eDiscovery Disputes; Ethics in International Arbitration; The 2012 International Arbitration Survey; and Notices & Events. Excerpt from An...more

Resolving international construction disputes – litigation or arbitration?

Introduction - As we have discussed in previous alerts in this series, many claims can arise under international construction contracts. Of course, not all those claims end up in a formal dispute. In the last alert we...more

Second Circuit Affirms FSIA Tort Exception in Claim Against Namibia, Using New York State Law To Define the Tortious Behavior

USAA Casualty Ins. Co. v. Permanent Mission of the Republic of Namibia, Dkt. No. 10-4892-cv (2d Cir. 2012), involves an appeal from an order we posted on in 2010 (see our discussion here). In the district court, Namibia...more

Microsoft Corp. v. Vadem, Ltd., et al., C.A. No. 6940-VCP (Del. Ch. Apr. 27, 2012) (Parsons, V.C.) - April 27, 2012

In this memorandum opinion, the Court of Chancery reinforced the internal affairs doctrine while dismissing a complaint brought by Microsoft Corporation in connection with the restructuring of Vadem, Ltd., a computer...more

The Underwriter’s Role Against Contra Proferentem

The doctrine of contra proferentem—literally translated to mean “against the party who proffers”—is a rule of construction that insureds seek to apply in many, if not most, disputes over the interpretation of an insurance...more

Actualiteiten bouw- en aanbestedingsrecht 2e kwartaal 2011

In het kwartaalbericht worden diverse actuele uitspraken op het gebied van bouw- en aanbestedingsrceht, aanneming van werk en belastingrceht besproken....more

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