Talking Point: Insolvency risk in the construction industry

Hogan Lovells

In the difficult market conditions which have accompanied the COVID-19 pandemic, the financial health of many industries has been adversely affected. The construction industry is no exception and the insolvency of a party to a construction contract would lead to a number of challenges from both the contractor and the employer’s perspectives. We discuss some key considerations and potential steps that could be taken by the employer and contractor where an insolvency event (e.g. liquidation, administration, etc.) occurs in respect of a contractor. We will refer to such events as “Insolvency Events”.

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