Construction Law Journal - Features

Features

Construction Law offers six main feature length analysis articles per issue, written by construction lawyers, barristers and academics, as well as insurance and health and safety specialists. In addition, developments in adjudication, industry standard contract forms, key decisions from the courts, alternative forms of dispute resolution, and forthcoming legislation are covered

The articles ensure that readers of the journal are kept abreast of new legal developments related to construction such as new contract forms, key rulings from the Technology and Construction Court as well as the results of appeals. All major adjudication related developments are closely tracked. A regular feature explains the significance of the most important court decisions.

The journal also includes the following regular sections:

  • News section – reports on procurement and contractual as well as health and safety matters.
  • Guest editor – specialist lawyers offer opinions on legal issues affecting the construction industry.
  • State of Play – a table tracking new and proposed legislation in the UK and EU.
  • Reports from the Courts written by Professor Michael Furmston from Bristol University, provides rulings from the Technology and Construction Court as well as results of appeals.
  • Contracts Monitor casts a critical eye at various building contracts, including the latest offerings from the Joint Contracts Tribunal
  • Alternative Dispute Resolution is a regular examination of issues relating to non-litigious methods of dispute resolution.
  • Book Reviews – the best of the latest titles are examined.

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